Identifying slowly loading web pages
A slow loading web site can not only frustrate users, but can also hurt search rankings. You want to find slow-loading content.
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This sample search uses Microsoft IIS web server data. You can replace this source with any other web server data used in your organization. In addition, you must have response time logging enabled on your web server.
How to use Splunk software for this use case
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In addition, these Splunk resources might help you understand and implement this search:
- Splunk Docs: Common Information Model
- Data Descriptor: Web server data
- Splunk Add-On: Microsoft IIS
- Splunk Add-On: Apache Web Server
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