Is there a way to run all commands in bash as if they were invoked with time in front? I want that I could type $ some_command and this will actually invoke $ time some_command.
The time command includes a format parameter "M", which according to the time man page on Linux is used for the following: Maximum resident set size of the process during its lifetime, in Kilobytes. ...
I have several programs that i'm executing in a shell script: ./myprogram1 ./myprogram2 ... I know that I can profile each individual program by editing the sourcecode, but I wanted to know if ...