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# 1  
Old 11-06-2012
Adding columns of time

Hello all,

I'm in the process of writing a script, and I need to be able to add columns of time in the following format (time elapsed Net Backup logs):

000:01:03
000:00:58
000:00:49

Does anyone have a way of converting and/or adding timestamps such as these accurately?

Thanks in advance for any assistance.
# 2  
Old 11-06-2012
convert to seconds, then revert the sum of seconds to time
Code:
awk -F ':'  '{sum+=($1*3600) + ($2*60) + $3 } 
                END{ a=int(sum/3600); sum-=(a*3600); b=int(sum/60); c=sum-(b*60)
                        printf("%03d:%02d:%02d\n", a, b, c) }

See how that works out.
# 3  
Old 11-06-2012
also try:
Code:
awk -F: '
{ s+=$3; m+=$2; h+=$1; }
END {
  if (int(s/60)>0) {m+=int(s/60); s=s%60;}
  if (int(m/60)>0) {h+=int(m/60); m=m%60;}
  printf "%03d:%02d:%02d\n", h, m, s;
}
' file1


Last edited by rdrtx1; 11-06-2012 at 09:15 PM..
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# 4  
Old 11-07-2012
Jim,
The solution you provided is not working for me.

rdrtx1, what you provided, I'm not sure if it is accurate or not. I pipe a command (rather than read a file) through what you provided. I am adding the numbers below, and get the following:

Four hours, fifty seven minutes, twenty seven seconds.

The backups for this particular host shows to have started at 04:00:00 and ended at 07:00:35.

004:57:27

Any thoughts? The elapsed times below is what was added...

HHH:MM:SS

Code:
000:00:17
000:00:23
000:00:24
000:00:26
000:00:27
000:00:32
000:00:35
000:00:38
000:00:40
000:00:45
000:00:46
000:00:47
000:00:47
000:00:49
000:00:49
000:00:50
000:00:50
000:00:50
000:00:51
000:00:52
000:00:53
000:00:53
000:00:55
000:00:55
000:00:58
000:00:58
000:01:00
000:01:00
000:01:01
000:01:03
000:01:04
000:01:06
000:01:06
000:01:06
000:01:08
000:01:08
000:01:09
000:01:10
000:01:10
000:01:12
000:01:12
000:01:12
000:01:13
000:01:13
000:01:14
000:01:15
000:01:15
000:01:17
000:01:18
000:01:18
000:01:21
000:01:22
000:01:24
000:01:24
000:01:33
000:01:44
000:02:02
000:02:07
000:02:19
000:02:20
000:02:33
000:03:49
000:04:05
000:04:10
000:04:20
000:05:24
000:05:57
000:08:17
001:00:35

Here is the code:
Code:
#!/bin/ksh

CLIENT3="server12"
TOTAL_CLIENT_ELAPSED=$(egrep -v "JobID" ${RPT_CSV} | egrep ${CLIENT3} | awk -F "," '{print $16}'| sort -n | awk -F: '
{ s+=$3; m+=$2; h+=$1; }
END {
  if (int(s/60)>0) {m+=int(s/60); s=s%60;}
  if (int(m/60)>0) {h+=int(m/60); m=m%60;}
  printf "%03d:%02d:%02d\n", h, m, s;
}')

CLIENT_START_TIME=$(egrep -v "JobID" ${RPT_CSV} | egrep ${CLIENT3} | awk -F "," '{print $13}' | sort -n | head -1)
CLIENT_END_TIME=$(egrep -v "JobID" ${RPT_CSV} | egrep ${CLIENT3} | awk -F "," '{print $15}' | sort -n | tail -1)

echo "Client StartTime EndTime TotalElapsed" | tr -s " " ","
echo "${CLIENT3} ${CLIENT_START_TIME} ${CLIENT_END_TIME} ${TOTAL_CLIENT_ELAPSED}" | tr -s " " ","

Output:
Code:
Client,StartTime,EndTime,TotalElapsed
server12,04:00:00,07:00:35,004:57:27


Last edited by LinuxRacr; 11-07-2012 at 02:57 PM..
# 5  
Old 11-07-2012
What is the output after the "sort -n"?
# 6  
Old 11-07-2012
The same...
# 7  
Old 11-07-2012
can you post the result for:
Code:
egrep -v "JobID" ${RPT_CSV} | egrep ${CLIENT3} | awk -F "," '{print $16}'| sort -n

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