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timex



timex

 [

options

] 

command

 [

arguments

]

Execute a command with optional arguments and print information specified by the time command. Report process data with various options.

Options

-o

Show total number of blocks and characters used.

-p suboptions

Show process accounting data with possible suboptions .

-s

Show total system activity (similar to output from the sar command).

Suboptions for -p

-f

Include fork/exit flag and system exit status.

-h

Show "hog" factor (fraction of CPU time used) instead of mean memory size.

-k

Show total kcore-minutes instead of memory size.

-m

Show mean core size (this is the default behavior).

-r

Show CPU use computation.

-t

Show user and system CPU times.


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