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TimeStamp your ant build

Download your ant contrib from and add it to your ANT_HOME\lib directory and run

ant -listener net.sf.antcontrib.perf.AntPerformanceListener deploy

This will print a summary report at the end like


Total time: 6 minutes 23 seconds

-------------- Target Results ---------------------
ui._applet_jar_deploy: 0.000 sec
server.replaceLdapTokens: 0.001 sec
ui.replace_applet_version_tags: 0.008 sec
server.baseDeploy.common: 0.018 sec
server.baseDeploy.common: 0.019 sec
server.baseDeploy.common: 0.023 sec
server.baseDeploy.common: 0.052 sec
ui.baseDeploy.common: 0.062 sec
server.baseDeploy: 0.102 sec
server.baseDeploy: 0.105 sec
server.baseDeploy: 0.108 sec
server.baseDeploy: 0.149 sec
ui.svnversion: 0.160 sec


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