Can I write the output of the time difference command to a file? For example, I tried: $ time foo.sh > bar.txt But it only gives the output of foo.sh to bar.txt.
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 store backups of databases in a directory structure year/month/day/time/backup_name an example would be basics_mini/2012/11/05/012232/RATIONAL.0.db2inst1.NODE0000.20110505004037.001 ...
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 ...
This thread shows how to measure the time it takes to run a script. In my case, I am interested in measuring time between two points within a script. Here is an example of how I would like to use ...
In order to find out how long certain operations within a Bash (v4+) script take, I would like to parse the output from the time command "separately" and (ultimately) capture it within a Bash variable ...