I've downloaded and installed boomerang-0.9.1280532889. On my local machine I have Apache running with WebLogic and my java application which I'd like to measure. In my Apache root directory, I've placed the following files:
I am requesting the application page via Firefox 3.6.20 and BOOMR is beaconing data into my Apache log. I am getting the bandwidth, latency, t_done, and my t_other variables included in the beacon request (See below.) What I can't figure out is how to get BOOMR to send t_page and t_resp back. They are absent from the beacon requests.
to get t_page and t_resp, you either have to use a browser that supports the NavigationTiming API (IE 9+, Chrome or Firefox 7+) or you need to call BOOMR.plugins.RT.startTimer('t_page') yourself at the top of your page. If you load boomerang at the bottom of your page, then take a timestamp at the start of your page, and call BOOMR.plugins.RT.startTimer('t_page', start_page_time) after you've loaded boomerang.