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I suspect that you’ll find perf timechart very useful. By default it records CPU and process state, and draws a chart showing how that state changes over time: This shows the CPU occupation at the top, and processes underneath — blue means “running”, yellow means the process is waiting for a CPU, red means the process is blocked on I/O, gray means the ...


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Not sure exactly.. but looks like you might need strace ... Example: Here, say if I have a process with process id 1055 then doing something like this : neo $ sudo strace -w -c -p1055 strace: Process 1055 attached ^Cstrace: Process 1055 detached % time seconds usecs/call calls errors syscall ------ ----------- ----------- --------- --------- ---...


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I'm not entirely sure if this is what you are asking but this is similar to /usr/bin/time and only measures the wall clock: #!/bin/bash start=$(date +%s%N) "$@" end=$(date +%s%N) echo "$(($end - $start)) nanoseconds elapsed" Save it to wallclock and run it for example with $ ./wallclock sleep 1 1006622540 nanoseconds elapsed


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