Fullpage services gather information about the load time of individual page objects and allow you to view the performance of these objects. There are a number of ways to view this information.
Viewing individual monitoring samples from a service's log files allows you to see performance for each item on a sample-by-sample basis over time. Logs can be expanded while viewing in the web browser to display the fullpage items downloaded for each page.
To view fullpage items in a service's log files:
Please see Access_log_files for more information about different viewing options for your log files.
Another way to view the performance of page objects is to look at a fullpage breakdown for a particular page. Fullpage breakdowns can be generated from monitoring samples or from a dynamically captured sample. The breakdown is displayed in both a table and a graphical format, making it easy to compare the performance of individual items. An abbreviated sample graph appears below. Please see Generate_a_Fullpage_breakdown and Interpret_a_Fullpage_breakdown for more information.
Yet another method of understanding individual items' performance is to run an Instacheck. This utility allows provides you with a dynamically captured sample measuring current performance. The results are similar to a regular monitoring sample, but are not saved in your log files. For more information about Instachecks, please see Dynamically_test_your_site_with_an_Instacheck.