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Re: Interpreting the Meaning of Time Method in Proc::ProcessTable

by karlgoethebier (Prior)
on Apr 04, 2014 at 09:56 UTC ( #1081101=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Interpreting the Meaning of Time Method in Proc::ProcessTable

kyle is right. From README.linux:

SUPPORTED ATTRIBUTES ==================== uid UID of process euid Effective UID of process suid Saved UID of process fuid File UID of process gid GID of process egid Effective GID of process sgid Saved GID of process fgid File GID of process pid process ID ppid parent process ID pgrp process group sess session ID priority priority of process ttynum tty number of process flags flags of process minflt minor page faults cminflt child minor page faults majflt major page faults cmajflt child major page faults utime user mode time (microseconds) stime kernel mode time (microseconds) cutime child utime (microseconds) cstime child stime (microseconds) time user + system time (microseconds) ctime child user + system time (microseconds) size virtual memory size (bytes) rss resident set size (bytes) wchan address of current system call fname file name start start time (seconds since the epoch) pctcpu percent cpu used since process started state state of process pctmem percent memory cmndline full command line of process exec absolute filename (including path) of executed command ttydev path of process's tty cwd current directory of process NOTE ==== This now correctly gives you microseconds. Previously all times were +actually in milliseconds even though this file said microseconds. -Jason Smith BUGS ==== Though times are now converted to microseconds, they are limited to ji +ffie resolution. A jiffie is 100 Hertz on most platforms, 1024 Hertz on Al +pha. -Philip Gwyn

Regards, Karl

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