Note from 25th June 2020

Looks like #Dareboost liked improvements made yesterday evening! 💪

100 % in Dareboost on the homepage of my site

Speed Index at 800 on 3G, despite a laaate 530 ms TTFB, not bad! 🤔

Dareboost report for the homepage of my site

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  1. Boris Schapira 🚀 avatar

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  1. Tim avatar Tim
    530ms seem unexpectedly long for your website, it could be a temporary glitch somewhere in the chain between dareboost and alwaysdata.
    To partly answer your original question, you might want to take a look at curl -w output format or httpstat: github.com/reorx/httpstat
  2. Nicolas Hoizey avatar Nicolas Hoizey
    This is not a temporary glitch, as @Dareboost shows, that's why I want to investigate.

    I'll see what I can get with http stat, thanks! 👍
  3. Nicolas Hoizey avatar Nicolas Hoizey
    Also, it's almost the same with Netlify, so I guess it's not an issue with @alwaysdata

    Did you see it's on simulated 3G?
  4. Boris Schapira 🚀 avatar Boris Schapira 🚀
    In Dareboost, the "More metrics" qui decompose the TTFB between DNS, Connecting, Waiting and Receiving.
  5. Boris Schapira 🚀 avatar Boris Schapira 🚀
    If your Connecting time is long, you can test with a perfect bandwidth/0ms latency to better assess the problem. If nothing changes, maybe it's because it takes time to validate your certificate.
  6. Nicolas Hoizey avatar Nicolas Hoizey
    Looks like I never clicked that button… 😅

    Connection takes 334 ms.
  7. Nicolas Hoizey avatar Nicolas Hoizey
    No issue on a perfect network:
    dareboost.com/en/report/a_35…
  8. Nicolas Hoizey avatar Nicolas Hoizey
    First result with httpstat from my computer on fiber was chocking! 🤷‍♂️

    Next ones are better.

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  1. Nicolas Hoizey avatar Nicolas Hoizey
    How do you analyse TTFB?

    How to know how many of these 530 ms come from the network, from reading files on the server, from many rules to parse in `.htaccess`, etc.?