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Re: tcsh set time equivalent

On 7 October 2011 18:01, Renato Botelho <rbgarga@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 7:12 PM, Mikael Magnusson <mikachu@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> On 30 September 2011 23:58, Renato Botelho <rbgarga@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>> Hello,
>>> I used to have a configuration on tcsh:
>>> set time=(60 "\
>>> Time spent in user mode   (CPU seconds) : %Us\
>>> Time spent in kernel mode (CPU seconds) : %Ss\
>>> Total time                              : %Es\
>>> CPU utilisation (percentage)            : %P\
>>> Times the process was swapped           : %W\
>>> Times of major page faults              : %F\
>>> Times of minor page faults              : %R")
>>> With this, if a command that took over 60s to be executed, this
>>> summary was showed after.
>>> Is there any equivalent function on zsh?
>> There's REPORTTIME (just assign a number to it), but it measures cpu
>> time, not wall clock.
> Hello Mikael,
> I set REPORTTIME=2, and ran a `find /usr -type l -name '*xxxx*'`, it took
> about 20 seconds do execute and at the end, it didn't show anything.
> I saw zshparams manpage and this parameter is there as you said. Is there
> anything else i need to consider?
> I'm using zsh 4.3.11 on fedora 15

Like I said, it uses cpu time, not wall clock time. I can't imagine
find uses 2 whole cpu seconds while looking for files, so it makes
sense that it wouldn't show up.

Mikael Magnusson

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