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Wai C. asked ·

Difference between Self-Time, Duration, and Elapsed Time

The only one I might understand is elapsed time, what about the other two. It doesn't seems to resemble the kind of time in AppMon.

Anyone can be kind enough to help me understand the differnce them?

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Ugochukwu N. answered ·

Hey Wai,

This is my understanding.

Self-Time - This is the time that particular method spent executing its own code which will include the CPU Time, Wait time, Suspension time, Other (Network, IO) for just that method not including downstream method calls

Duration - is the time from when that method started executing till it is completed including calls to other downstream methods of the method you are analyzing.

Thanks

NJ

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