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Page Parse Time Logging
 
nickweisser
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It seems that there’s no configuration option to enable page parse time logging in Magento. This would be very interesting to have..

Does anybody know of any alternatives that can be used to find out how a Magento installation is performing?

 
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Somewhere in System -> Configuration you can enable the profiler. That may display the page parse time. At the very least it displays memory use

 
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Thanks for the pointer.

If I enable it in v1.2.0.1 I get the following output:

Memory usage: real: 19398656, emalloc: 19326464

and after that it shows a table with the following table headers

Code Profiler Time Cnt RealMem Emalloc

but with no table data.
I tried disabling all caches, but there’s still no data.

Any ideas what I might be missing here?

 
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You have to enable it also in the index.php
uncomment “Varien_Profiler::enable();”

 
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Thanks for the pointer!

That’s what I was looking for. Parse times are between 0.6 and 2.5 secs depending on which page is being called (with all caching enabled and just a couple of demo products).

Do you guys (and all others her on the forums) have any Magento store specific “benchmarking” results you would be willing to share, i.e. number of products, number of categories, parse time subcategory rendering, parse time product detail rendering, etc.

 
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