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Old 02-28-2008
Commands performance measurement

Actually i wanted to check out the process time for the execution of commands on unix, i looking for the script which can include all commands which are to be executed on the system and i need to get the time for executing each command,
can somebody help me

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Old 02-28-2008
You can use the "time" utility. For example:

> time ls -l
real        0.3
user        0.0
sys         0.0

Check the man page for more info.
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