When timing the wall time performance of an OpenMP program on Linux while other programs are running, how can I get the actual running time?
I ran a simple script to generate a large (10000000 lines) csv file with 6 fields in which some fields changed in each line/row, using a while loop. The machine had all (32) CPUs free, lot of RAM (~31 ...
If I time a process using the time command, I get output for 'real', 'user', and 'sys'. My understanding from this discussion is that 'real' is wall time, whereas 'user' and 'sys' are process time. ...
I am timeing some of my commands. Now to average the measures, I'd like to run and time my commands a specified number of times, and get the results with a calculated mean and standard deviation. The ...
I have a couple of files in a directory: $ ls | wc -l 9376 Can anybody explain why there is such a huge time difference in using ls * and ls? $ time ls > /dev/null real 0m0.118s user ...