|File Search||Catalog||Content Search|
The resources that 'time' can report on fall into the general categories of time, memory, I/O, and IPC calls.
The GNU version can format the output in arbitrary ways by using a printf-style format string to include various resource measurements.
`time' is a program that measures many of the CPU resources, such as time and memory, that other programs use. The GNU version can format the output in arbitrary ways by using a printf-style format string to include various resource measurements. Some systems do not provide much information about program resource use; `time' reports unavailable information as zero values. See the file INSTALL f more»
Major changes in version 1.7: * Reports average memory use figures more accurately on SunOS sparc, Ultrix mips, and Sony NEWS. * Reports when the process being run is terminated by a signal, and exits with the signal number as its status in that case. * Documentation reorganized. * Configuration and library files updated. Major changes in version 1.6: * Configures correctly on NeXT and OSF more»
TIME(1) TIME(1) NAME time - run programs and summarize system resource usage SYNOPSIS time [ -apqvV ] [ -f FORMAT ] [ -o FILE ] [ --append ] [ --verbose ] [ --quiet ] [ --portability ] [ --format=FORMAT ] [ --output=FILE ] [ --version ] [ --help ] COMMAND [ ARGS ] DESCR more»
time (1.7-24) unstable; urgency=low * New maintainer. Thanks Tollef Fog Heen. (Closes: #652670) more»
Thu Jul 11 12:37:17 1996 David J MacKenzie <firstname.lastname@example.org> * Version 1.7. Thu Jun more»
Authors of GNU time. David Keppel. Original version. David MacKenzie. POSIXization, autoconfisca more»
Format: http://www.debian.org/doc/packaging-manuals/copyright-format/1.0/ Upstream-Name: time Upstre more»