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The TIME command prints the total run time since the last time
you issued the TIME command, followed by the total run time used
by the job since it was initialized (logged-in), followed by the
integrated product of running time and memory size
(KILO-CORE-SEC=). Time is printed in the following format:
Where: hh is hours
mm is minutes
ss.hh is seconds to nearest hundredth.
Interrupt level and job scheduling times are charged to whichever
user was running the system job when the interrupt or
If automatic run time is enabled with the SET
WATCH RUN command, the incremental run time is
Where: job is the job-number of the job whose time is desired.
If job is omitted, the job to which the terminal is
attached is assumed. In this case, the monitor prints
the incremental run time (run time since the last TIME
command) as well as the total run time since the job
Leaves your terminal at monitor level.
Does not require LOGIN when requesting time for another user's
Does not destroy core image.
The command is given for the first time after LOGIN. Therefore,
the incremental time equals the total time since LOGIN.
Show that the time is reset:
Run the DIRECT program:
WONDER.REL DSKC: [27,4072]
The DIRECT command took .70 seconds of run time and 183