SUMMARY : monitoring page loads

From: Vlade <>
Date: Fri Apr 19 2002 - 15:15:14 EDT
I found what I was looking for from Andrew J Caines. wget has an option to
load all objetcs. I was running version 1.5 that didn;t have the option. 1.8

wget -p as an example does what I need. I can give it the -q
option and invoke it in a script. All I was looking for is the network
response component of loading websites so I'm not too concerned to much on the
way the page actually loads since the network really doesn't differentiate.
Thanks a bunch.

Original POST


I adminster a few webservers running solaris 8. I wanted to know if theres
freeware tool that can monitor pageloads. I would like to run the tool or
scripts outside our network and have it tell me how long it takes and entire
webpage to load, including graphics. I tried wget but it only loads the html
and not the objects. can any one point me in the right direction?
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