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Operating Systems Linux Red Hat What is star Post 302484104 by druidmatrix on Wednesday 29th of December 2010 06:16:09 PM
Old 12-29-2010
Thank you very much. Google was somehow not very helpful on this one.
 

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RUNSTAT(1)						      General Commands Manual							RUNSTAT(1)

NAME
runstat - collect statistics about execution of a process SYNOPSYS
runstat [ -h ] runstat [ -d ] [ -f pathname ] command [ args ] DESCRIPTION
runstat tries to execute a command in a subprocess, and upon termination of the subprocess collects some statistics about that subprocess, and writes them to a file. These statistics include time of execution, exit status, and elapsed time to execute, as well as use of various OS resources. USAGE
-d Debug mode; send log messages to standard error as well as to the system log. -f pathname Specifies the pathname of the file to save the statistics to. The default is to create a file in /tmp/cronutils-$USER with the name of the command, and suffix ".stat". -h Prints some basic help. SEE ALSO
runalarm(1), runlock(1), getrusage(2) AUTHOR
runstat was written by Jamie Wilkinson <jaq@google.com>. COPYRIGHT
This program is copyright (C) 2010 Google, Inc. It is licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 Google, Inc. October 18, 2010 RUNSTAT(1)

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