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How possible it can be floating numbers for requests /sec ?

 
 
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      01-20-2011
Hi Al,
For my performance tests, I need to get counters from WebService in order to see request numbers.

I made a custom counter and add some counters under Webservice object for my web application instance and run the test. When I look at the results for

GET Request/sec, POST request/sec, connection attempts/sec,
Anonymous users/sec

All these counters came with floating numbers such as
"23.95698485745088" "147.73473995428043"

Only current connections counter came as an interger.

Any idea why this happens ?
 
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