[Mod_log_sql] Time of Request

Shawn Michael smichael at rightnow.com
Tue Feb 15 12:18:01 EST 2005

That's what apache provides by default.  Starting with apache 2.0 you do have the 
option of logging microseconds.  Back on Jan 25th I submitted a patch to the list 
that enables this option.  I have attached the patch here also.

Marius Karthaus wrote:
> Hi,
> Why is the 'T' (time of processing) defined as a smallint?
> Most requests end up as 0 or 1 not much info supplied like that.
> Whouldn't it be better to have it in microseconds?
> Greets,
> Marius Karthaus
> LowVoice
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