For mnet requests that take a long time, this will break the server offset drift detection.
Pete - what do you think about this?
The problem is that the XML response contains <timestamp>
</timestamp>, and the time() call is during the formatting of the response, which is at the end, after the dispatch and processing.
However, this value is used to detect drift between servers, so it may be actually better to calculate the time() at the beginning of the server handler.
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