varnishhist x-axis?

Angelo Höngens a.hongens at
Mon Feb 1 11:12:38 CET 2010

On 1-2-2010 9:53, Poul-Henning Kamp wrote:
> In message <4B66A3D7.2000505 at>, =?ISO-8859-1?Q?Angelo_H=F6ngens?= wr
> ites:
>> Varnishhist looks cool.. It really does.. But what value is shown on the
>> x-axis? Ths man page shows: "The horizontal scale is logarithmic", but I
>> have no idea WHAT it graphs. (object size, ttlb,  etc)
> It shows how long time Varnish spent, from it had the full request
> from the kernel, until it delivered the response to the kernel.

So for my understanding (oversimplified): This is the number of seconds
it takes Varnish to 'get the result', either from the backend or from
it's cache?

> You got a pretty damn fast backend there...

The backends are IIS machines (dual Xeon X5570 with 32GB RAM) running
ASP.NET web applications, which also serve a lot of content from
memory.. They can be quite fast at times ;)


With kind regards,

Angelo Höngens
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