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I have been tracking the time it takes to execute my scripts using Benchmark. Recently I converted from using mod_perl Registry to making the script a handler. My results when using Registry were random, however as a handler my results are always a multiple of .01562500.
use Benchmark; use Time::HiRes qw(gettimeofday tv_interval); sub handler { my $start_time = new Benchmark; some subs; my $end_time = new Benchmark; my $compute_time = timediff($end_time, $start_time); }
I've also tried this:
use Time::HiRes qw(gettimeofday tv_interval); sub handler { my $start_time = [ gettimeofday ]; some subs; my $end_time = [ gettimeofday ]; my $compute_time = tv_interval($start_time_t,$end_time_t); }
with the same results. (0.01562500, 0.03125000, 0.04687500,...)

EDIT for simonm: Win2000, Perl version v5.8.4, Apache/2.0.50, mod_perl 1.9916, Benchmark 1.06, Time::HiRes 1.59

In reply to mod_perl 2.0 and Benchmark and Time::Hires results in multiples of .015625 by mbeast

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