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Roxen.git/server/base_server/configuration.pike:1:   // This file is part of Roxen WebServer.   // Copyright © 1996 - 2009, Roxen IS.   //      // @appears Configuration   //! A site's main configuration    - constant cvs_version = "$Id: configuration.pike,v 1.680 2009/06/24 11:38:00 mast Exp $"; + constant cvs_version = "$Id$";   #include <module.h>   #include <module_constants.h>   #include <roxen.h>   #include <request_trace.h>   #include <timers.h>      #define CATCH(P,X) do{mixed e;if(e=catch{X;})report_error("While "+P+"\n"+describe_backtrace(e));}while(0)      // Tell Pike.count_memory this is global.   constant pike_cycle_depth = 0;
Roxen.git/server/base_server/configuration.pike:4590:   <tr><td>$protocol</td>    <td>The protocol used (normally HTTP/1.1).</td></tr>   <tr><td>$response</td>    <td>The response code sent.</td></tr>   <tr><td>$bin-response</td>    <td>The response code sent as a binary short number.</td></tr>   <tr><td>$length</td>    <td>The length of the data section of the reply.</td></tr>   <tr><td>$bin-length</td>    <td>Same, but as a 32 bit integer in network byte order.</td></tr> + <tr><td>$request-length</td> +  <td>The length of the header section of the request.</td></tr> + <tr><td>$bin-request-length</td> +  <td>Same, but as a 32 bit integer in network byte order.</td></tr> + <tr><td>$request-data-length</td> +  <td>The length of the data section of the request.</td></tr> + <tr><td>$bin-request-data-length</td> +  <td>Same, but as a 32 bit integer in network byte order.</td></tr>   <tr><td>$queue-length</td>    <td>Number of jobs waiting to be processed by the handler threads    at the time this request was added to the queue.</td></tr>   <tr><td>$queue-time</td>    <td>Time in seconds that the request spent in the internal handler    queue, waiting to be processed by a handler thread.</td></tr>   <tr><td>$handle-time</td>    <td>Time in seconds spent processing the request in a handler    thread. This measures the server processing time, excluding I/O    and time spent in the handler queue. Note however that this