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Old 11-21-2011, 09:12 AM   #1
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user and system time per process


is there a command to get the user and system time per each process?
 
Old 11-21-2011, 09:51 AM   #2
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is it even possible to get those values per each process?
 
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is there a command to get the user and system time per each process?
'ps' should, with the "--noheader -C [Process_Name] -o cstime,cutime" args, but those are deprecated. 'procstat', this or this version, should show utime and stime. Of course you could also just 'awk '{print "proc: "$2" state: "$3" user: "$14" kernel: "$15}' /proc/{Process_Id}/stat;'.


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is it even possible to get those values per each process?
The fact that nobody responds immediately should not be a reason to bump your thread by posting a reply yourself: edit your original post instead. The other reason for not posting a first reply yourself is the thread gets dropped out of the 0-reply pool.
 
  


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