Find timestamp in log

Poul-Henning Kamp phk at
Tue Jan 15 13:06:36 CET 2008

In message <hnaf7m28jhrk74n.150120081304 at>, Erik writes:
>Im doing a POST request against my varnishserver and getting a very long wait time until the response is received by the client.
>As I understand by the vcl man the POST requests are all piped, right?
>Anyway, I was looking for some timestamp in the log to understand where the request hangs.
>Is their any line in the log where I can see the timestamp/time?

Which version of varnish are you using ?

We can't really do much logging for a piped request, since all we
do is pass bytes back and forth.

For normal requests timestamps are in the ReqEnd record.

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