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getrusage, vtimes - Get information about resource utilization
struct rusage *r_usage );
[Tru64 UNIX] Application developers using the getrusage() function may
want to specify an #include statement for <sys/time.h> before the one for
<sys/resource.h> if programs are being develped for multiple platforms.
The additional #include statement is not required on Tru64 UNIX systems or
by ISO or X/Open standards, but may be required on other vendors systems
that conform to these standards.
[Tru64 UNIX] The following function declaration does not conform to
current standards and is supported only for backward compatibility through
the Berkeley Compatibility Library (libbsd):
struct vtimes *par_vm,
struct vtimes ch_vm );
Interfaces documented on this reference page conform to industry standards
getrusage(): XSH4.2, XSH5.0
Refer to the standards(5) reference page for more information about
industry standards and associated tags.
who Specifies one of the following:
Retrieve information about resources used by the current
Retrieve information about resources used by terminated and
waited for child processes of the current process.
r_usage Points to a buffer that will be filled in as described in
The getrusage() function returns information describing the resources used
by the current process or its terminated or waited for child processes.
If the child process is never waited for, for example if the parent has set
SA_NOCLDWAIT or has set SIGCHLD to SIG_IGN, the resource information for
that child process is discarded.
The numbers the ru_inblock and ru_outblock fields of the rusage structure
account only for real I/O; data supplied by the caching mechanism is
charged only to the first process to read or write the data.
[Tru64 UNIX] The vtimes() function returns accounting information for the
current process and for the terminated child processes of the current
process. Either par_vm or ch_vm or both may be zero, in which case only the
information for the pointers which are nonzero are returned. After the
call, each buffer contains information as defined by the contents of the
<sys/vtimes.h> include file.
Upon successful completion, the getrusage(), function returns 0 (zero).
Otherwise, the function returns -1 and sets errno to indicate the error.
The getrusage() function sets errno to the specified values for the
The who parameter is not a valid value.
[Tru64 UNIX] The address specified for r_usage is not valid.
Functions: gettimer(3), time(3), times(3), wait(2)
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