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    Mr_Boffo got a reaction from jelbiz in Fail gracefully when very bad connection   
    I have a similar problem.  Not only does the test stop with a very slow or absent connection, but there is no record of the failure or any partial results.  For me it would be advantageous to have the situation noted so that I could show it to my provider as part of the documentation of service lapses.  I recognize that the downside is that you might also record a computer that went into sleep mode as a failure; I'm not computer-savvy enough to propose a fix for that, but perhaps someone else could come up with a way to differentiate between the two.
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    Mr_Boffo got a reaction from mudmanc4 in Fail gracefully when very bad connection   
    On the same topic it appears that the auto test stops if the connection is lost.  That leads to big gaps in graphing if I'm not awake and aware to start a new test.  Since my primary use at present is to document my provider's performance problems I'd rather have a test that keeps trying for the number of runs I had specified.  (Someone once told me that nothing is too difficult for the person who doesn't have to do the work...)
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    Mr_Boffo got a reaction from CA3LE in Fail gracefully when very bad connection   
    On the same topic it appears that the auto test stops if the connection is lost.  That leads to big gaps in graphing if I'm not awake and aware to start a new test.  Since my primary use at present is to document my provider's performance problems I'd rather have a test that keeps trying for the number of runs I had specified.  (Someone once told me that nothing is too difficult for the person who doesn't have to do the work...)
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    Mr_Boffo reacted to CA3LE in Fail gracefully when very bad connection   
    I'll keep this suggestion in mind when I dig into the next version. -- this would add a lot of value.
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    Mr_Boffo got a reaction from CA3LE in Fail gracefully when very bad connection   
    I have a similar problem.  Not only does the test stop with a very slow or absent connection, but there is no record of the failure or any partial results.  For me it would be advantageous to have the situation noted so that I could show it to my provider as part of the documentation of service lapses.  I recognize that the downside is that you might also record a computer that went into sleep mode as a failure; I'm not computer-savvy enough to propose a fix for that, but perhaps someone else could come up with a way to differentiate between the two.
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