time command defaults changed in RedHat 7.2 vs RedHat 6.2?
LT V. H. Walke
walke at usna.edu
Thu Dec 6 08:26:12 EST 2001
What shell are you using? tcsh provides its own time command and will
obscure /usr/bin/time. Try running your command with /usr/bin/time and
see if you get different output. Also, check the man page for the shell
which you are using.
It would also be helpful if you gave an example of the output you were
getting and the output you desire.
On Fri, 2001-11-30 at 13:59, Phillip D. Matz wrote:
> I am used to keeping track of the actual time (elapsed) a job takes to
> complete on my cluster with the command line option "time" in RedHat 6.2.
> Recently I reinstalled RedHat 7.2 and now the "time" command yields
> different results (as if the portable option "-p" is always on).
> The man pages only help to tell me why the output looks the way it does, but
> doesn't tell me how to change the default back to what it looks like in a
> 6.2 installation.
> Does anyone know which file I need to modify to make the time command report
> the total elapsed time and not have the output be in the portable format?
> Phil Matz
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