[one-users] Meaning of the Times

Ruben S. Montero rubensm at dacya.ucm.es
Thu Dec 17 14:17:14 PST 2009


Times are in epoch, and means:

STIME, ETIME: Start and End time in that host, i.e. ETIME-STIME gives
you the number of seconds the VM was "using" the host

The rest of the times are defined in the same way,
PSTIME,PETIME: Prolog Start and End Time. Time to transfer, clone or
whatever action was done by the TM before booting

RSTIME,RETIME: Running Start and End Time. Time the VM was in running state

ESTIME,EETIME: Epilog Start and End Time. Time to transfer back,
delete or whatever action was done by the TM after the VM was shutdown



On Thu, Dec 17, 2009 at 9:54 PM, Shi Jin <jinzishuai at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi, there,
> When I run the "onevm show -x <vmid>" command, the XML returns the
> following times:
>   <STIME>1260911527</STIME>
>    <ETIME>1260911697</ETIME>
>    <PSTIME>1260911527</PSTIME>
>    <PETIME>1260911527</PETIME>
>    <RSTIME>1260911527</RSTIME>
>    <RETIME>1260911697</RETIME>
> Could you please explain the meaning of each individual time element?
> Thank you very much.
> --
> Shi Jin, Ph.D.
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