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How Average web resposne time calculating by Dynatrace

Hi Team,

We have many transactions in pure path and each transaction having start and end time are different.

When, I looking into average web response time chart with 10s interval, How the values are calculating by Dynatrace?

How is average or Minimum or Maximum response time is calculating?

Anyone able to help me to understand better.

2 REPLIES 2

Babar_Qayyum
DynaMight Leader
DynaMight Leader

Hello Singarajagadeesh,

The average time, in milliseconds, spent on this web request, including (if applicable) Servlet 3 asynchronous processing time. Asynchronous Servlet 3 web requests are indicated by the Error State icon .

The minimum time, in milliseconds, spent in a call to this web request, including (if applicable) Servlet3 asynchronous processing time. Asynchronous Servlet3 webrequests are indicated by the Error State icon .

The maximum time, in milliseconds, spent in a call to this web request, including (if applicable) Servlet3 asynchronous processing time. Asynchronous Servlet3 webrequests are indicated by the Error State icon .

https://community.dynatrace.com/community/display/...

Regards,

Babar

JamesKitson
Dynatrace Leader
Dynatrace Leader

When you chart the response time the data will be broken into intervals based on the resolution you have set for your chart, in your case you say it is set to 10 seconds. So say if you are looking at one hour with 10 second resolution for minimum it will take the 10 second period that had the lowest time, for average it will take the average as determined by the total web request time divided by 36,000 (since there will be that many data points in a one hour period with 10 s resolution) and maximum will be the 10 second period where the time was the highest.

This past post has a good discussion of it: https://answers.dynatrace.com/questions/103560/average-calculation-and-chart-resolution.html

James