I'm trying to figure out how to count read and written bytes per second. At the moment what I'm doing is I read the data from /proc/diskstats which looks like this: 202 0 xvda 80702313 1132334 ...
There are numerous programmes (e.g. ts in moreutils), and various bash one-liners to prepend the output of a command/pipe with the timestamp of when that line was 'printed'. However is there a ...
I want to measure the elapsed time of a command, and show it without fractions of seconds no matter how little time it takes. For instance, /usr/bin/time -f "%E (real)" SOMECOMMAND might return ...
I was wondering what is the "proper" or "most significant" way in which to measure the boot time of a client machine: From turn on to login prompt From turn on to login prompt (HDD light off) From ...
Is there a Windows equivalent of the time Unix command? time measures the time spent by a process in both user and kernel lands. $ time for i in `seq 100`; do echo -n HI; done ...