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Request/Reply Date

From: Gil Hansen <gil@objs.com>
Date: Sun, 21 Dec 1997 09:05:46 -0600
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Through tracing, I have found:
   1. The timestamp of the 1st Request of a new URL is BEFORE the timestamp of
      the last Reply of the previous URL being accessed. When the access of
      new URL is immediately after the previous one, the timestamps differ by
      a few seconds.
   2. The timestamp of the end of an access is BEFORE the timestamp of the
      start of the access.  When this happens, the end timestamps is ~8
      earlier. Being a power of two may be significant.

Has anyone else found similar inaccuracies with the Date of Requests and


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Received on Sunday, 21 December 1997 10:06:12 UTC

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