I am working with a product called 'unform' that in its execution script it calls 'who -mx'. I have never seen an 'x' option to the who command on Linux or unix. Any input would be appreciated.
Linux time command is helpful to identify the time taken by a command. Using Linux time command, you can figure out how much time was taken to execute a command, or shell script, or any other program. By default, time command executes the given command or program.
I am a new Python user. I would like to delay execution for five seconds in a Python script. How do I add a time delay in Python on Unix/Linux? Is there a sleep command in python like the Unix/Linux sleep utility to suspend execution of a bash script?Read answer to: "Python sleep(): Add Delay In A Seconds To Suspend Execution Of A Script"
Whenever the shell script is invoked by the scheduler the command execution return code is always captured as 0(Success).
If the same shell script is executed in command line via unix terminal, the command execution return code's are captured properly.
ls -ltr es_wrong_file ----> file not available in the filesystem
echo $? ----> return code $?
I want to know about the time command flow of execution.
I have a doubt in the time calculation for the command execution.
Whether the real time is sum of (time taken to open the unix window + execute the command given infront of the "time" command + close the unix window)
or Just the time taken for executing the same command in the same window.