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      It would be very useful to have OpenAM Agents log the time elapsed from a request to a response. The following is an example from OpenIDM 4.5 access log:

      {{{{"40fb5a04-695d-43a9-9985-cecec6e51208-162","2016-07-25T22:12:56.904Z","access","40fb5a04-695d-43a9-9985-cecec6e51208-123","openidm-admin",,"192.168.0.10","8080","192.168.0.103","51624","CREST","CREATE",,"false","POST","http://192.168.0.10:8080/openidm/managed/user","

      {""_action"":[""create""]}

      ","

      {""Accept"":[""text/html, image/gif, image/jpeg, *; q=.2, */*; q=.2""],""Connection"":[""keep-alive""],""Content-Length"":[""204""],""Content-Type"":[""application/json""],""Host"":[""192.168.0.10:8080""],""User-Agent"":[""Java/1.8.0_05""],""X-OpenIDM-Username"":[""openidm-admin""]}

      ","{}",,"SUCCESSFUL",,,"166","MILLISECONDS","[""openidm-admin"",""openidm-authorized""]"
      }}}}

      The 166 milliseconds is lapsed time from request to response. It can be a struggle to narrow a performance issue. With this type of data we would be able to see which types of Agent activity is experiencing the greatest amount of latency.

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              robert.faller Robert Faller
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