I installed ZSH (and Oh-My-ZSH) on a Ubuntu 12.10 64 bit machine a few days ago. I just tried to do: time (time ls) and got this error: zsh: command not found: time ( time ls; ) 0.00s user 0.00s ...
When I run the time command in shell time ./myapp I get an output like the following: real 0m0.668s user 0m0.112s sys 0m0.028s However,when I run the command \time -f %e ./myapp I lose ...
I need to check for the current time and abort the script if it is not proper time of day I am supposed to run it. Also, if anyone else runs it, it should abort. For example: I need my script to only ...
I have to run a couple of command lines on a shell script on Ubuntu, one of those is a pi calculation. It works fine when i run it on terminal via the following cmd line: time echo ...
I want to run time command to measure time of several commands. What I want to do is: Measure the time of running of all of them added together Write the time output to a file Write the STDERR from ...
The example, below, surprised me. It seems to be counter intuitive... aside from the fact that there is a whisker more user time for the echo | sed combo. Why is echo using so much sys time when it ...
I want to display /proc/uptime in well format as: DD:HH:MM:SS /proc/uptime give me up time of system in seconds, is there a standard solution that convert seconds to this format?