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Release Indihiang 0.2.1

Rating:        Based on 5 ratings
Reviewed:  5 reviews
Downloads: 12775
Released: Jul 1, 2009
Updated: Jul 8, 2009 by agusk
Dev status: Alpha Help Icon

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For installation and how to use, please read Indihiang portal:

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Reviews for this release

thanks for the effort, agusk @dondraper: WTF is this? "this was a waste of time for me?" STFU u POS, this is an open source community effort, instead of bitching around and stupidly rebooting your PC because you are to freaking stupid to use the task-manager or PSKill you could actually improve the product instead of whining around.
by lightxx on Mar 11, 2010 at 6:48 AM
It installed but then hangs when begins the rendering process under Windows 7. The file is an IIS standard format file and not very large. Very sad. I can't stop the process and have to reboot each time. This was a waste of time for me.
by dondraper on Feb 11, 2010 at 7:35 PM
Nice idea and certainly a decent exercise, however, rendering time was incredibly slow, so slow in fact that until I debugged the code I thought it had hung up. These are on 35MB to 150MB daily logfiles. Maybe this is a result of using C# and not C++.
by htthomas on Feb 9, 2010 at 1:39 AM
Good start but many exceptions. Would love to see it improved.
by stevefal on Nov 3, 2009 at 7:39 PM
Nice tool, I particularly liked the HTTP Status Graph. A couple of suggestions for improvement: 1) Provide a table/grid view of URLs and HTTP status so users can sort and match URLs to status (especially 500s) 2) Fix the Processing Duration column sorting in Request Processing so it goes by time instead of first number. Right now a 5 minute page sorts between 400ms and 510ms
by gboyle on Aug 30, 2009 at 4:45 PM