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banned#1
**enters** social services:w00t:
#2
I leave my computer logged in to HUKD even when im not in the house so not sure how accurate it would be
#3
3yrs, 7m, 21hrs and 14 secs. Doesn't seem that long. Must go to bed soon:whistling:
#4
Are you trying to find out why the housework has not been done?????
#5
for me bout 7 hours 25 mins ...how long i been at work LMAO
#6
numptyj
for me bout 7 hours 25 mins ...how long i been at work LMAO


yep, since about 9am this morning for me :whistling:

*logs out now as it's time to go home*
#7
I think this is a HUKD feedback forum issue, rather than misc... moving there :)
#8
pinkkitty2007;2291900
I leave my computer logged in to HUKD even when im not in the house so not sure how accurate it would be


Counts you as logged out after 15 mins IIRC
#9
gary_rip
Counts you as logged out after 15 mins IIRC


Does it ? What does IIRC mean Gary ?
I can fall asleep at my keyboard and I'm still logged in after and hour or so.

Explain please and thanks :)
[mod] 1 Like #10
IIRC = If i recall :)
1 Like #11
hottoshop
Does it ? What does IIRC mean Gary ?
I can fall asleep at my keyboard and I'm still logged in after and hour or so.

Explain please and thanks :)


Think about it...

Websites are stateless i.e. they only know you are on the website when you request a page/image etc.

2 examples...

1 You visit this site and you find a really interesting article that is really long. So, you load that page then spend the next hour reading it. You make no requests to the server for new information, so the server doesn't know what you are doing. You then move on to the next page. In your eyes, you have been logged on for just over an hour.

2 I visit, i spend 1 minute here. I then come back an hour later and spend another minute here. In my eyes, i have spent 2 minutes here.

In both cases, the server doesn't know what happened in that hour.

To get around this, the server has a session length (this is defined by the server admin and is usually around 15 - 20 minutes)

So, in the exmaples above, if the session length was 20 minutes, we would have both been logged on for 20 minutes. The is no way for the server to know i have left, or you are reading a page, so after 20 minutes, if there has been no activitiy from us, it assumes we have left.

Basically, so work out the length of time you spent on the site, i copares the difference between your first request and your last request.

If there is a period of time within your visit where you do nothing for 20minutes, then you start browsing again, that then starts a new session.
#12
Syzable
IIRC = If i recall :)


JayBird
Think about it...

Websites are stateless i.e. they only know you are on the website when you request a page/image etc.

2 examples...

1 You visit this site and you find a really interesting article that is really long. So, you load that page then spend the next hour reading it. You make no requests to the server for new information, so the server doesn't know what you are doing. You then move on to the next page. In your eyes, you have been logged on for just over an hour.

2 I visit, i spend 1 minute here. I then come back an hour later and spend another minute here. In my eyes, i have spent 2 minutes here.

In both cases, the server doesn't know what happened in that hour.

To get around this, the server has a session length (this is defined by the server admin and is usually around 15 - 20 minutes)

So, in the examples above, if the session length was 20 minutes, we would have both been logged on for 20 minutes. The is no way for the server to know i have left, or you are reading a page, so after 20 minutes, if there has been no activity from us, it assumes we have left.

Basically, so work out the length of time you spent on the site, i compares the difference between your first request and your last request.

If there is a period of time within your visit where you do nothing for 20minutes, then you start browsing again, that then starts a new session.


Thanks for taking the time to explain guys, appreciated. :thumbsup:
[admin]#13
Out of interest our web stats show 7.5% of visitors spend more than an hour in a visit.

Following on Jaybird's post - a visit is a kind of arbitrary way to determine activity where it checks for any gaps in requests and considers that an end of visit (i.e. 10 minutes with no activity).

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