06 Sep 2022 02:28 AM - last edited on 06 Sep 2022 04:57 AM by MaciejNeumann
Found self time 7.84s>response time 6.63s in a purepath.
Is there any information on how self time is calculated?
Based on the attached screenshot. Self time = CPU time + Wait time + Network I/O + Other = 1.3s + 3.63s + 0.965s + 1.9s = 7,835s (7,84s)
Some community links regarding this topic:
Solved: Difference between Self-Time, Duration, and Elapsed Time - Dynatrace Community
Solved: What is service client-side response time? - Dynatrace Community
I hope it helps.
Thank you for your reply.
I agree with you that self time = CPU time + Wait time + Network I/O + Other = 1.3s + 3.63s + 0.965s + 1.9s = 7,835s (7,84s).
From the perspective of dynatrace, the probe should first collect the self time, and then calculate the Other time=slef time- (CPU time + Wait time + Network I/O ), right?
I want to know how the self time is collected by the probe, which is inconsistent with the time calculated by our customer through the code.
Sorry, but in the documentation I have not found more infromation about it.
Service analysis timings | Dynatrace Docs