If you can duplicate this, can you send the exact text, tweet IDs and times
of the runs?  Latency on the streaming API should be better than it is in
search (they're both pretty fast), so having the streaming API lag search is
surprising.

  ---Mark

http://twitter.com/mccv


On Fri, Apr 16, 2010 at 8:55 AM, Mad Euchre <mad.ukrain...@gmail.com> wrote:

> I wanted to test if my program is getting all the tweets it should. My
> simple test was track="Palin" and I timed it for exactly 5 minutes. I
> got 3 tweets and several replies to. Then I immediately ran  this:
> http://search.twitter.com/search.atom?q=Palin
> and looked for tweets in the last 5 minutes.
>
> There were 7 results for the last 5 minutes. The 3 I got from the
> stream matched the oldest of the 7, so there were 4 newer that the
> steam didn't pick up.
>
> I don't mind if there is a slight delay and the missing 4 would
> eventually show up. How else can I tell if I'm getting all the tweets
> that I'm supposed to  from the stream?
>
> Thanks,
>
> Peter
>
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