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x_cons <database_name> show thrd_times

Shows how much processor time the threads have used. On Linux/Unix platforms, this command is available since 7.6.04 (PTS 1148518).

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 Thread     Win  Task                            System            User
 Name       Tid  Cluster                       d hh:mm:ss:ms     d hh:mm:ss:ms
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 COORD     1424                                   0:00:00:000       0:00:00:000
 CONSOL    1560                                   0:00:00:015       0:00:00:000
 TIMER     1500                                   0:00:00:015       0:00:00:000
 CLOCK     1504                                   0:00:00:000       0:00:00:000
 DEV0      1528                                   0:00:00:000       0:00:00:000
 ASYNC0    1556                                   0:00:00:015       0:00:00:000
 REQUES    1564                                   0:00:00:437       0:00:00:125
 UKT1      1612  TW                               0:00:00:015       0:00:00:000
 UKT2      1616  AL                               0:00:01:703       0:00:00:890
 UKT3      1620  UT                               0:00:00:015       0:00:00:000
 UKT4      1624  28*SV                            0:00:00:171       0:00:00:640
 UKT5      1628  1*GC,2*EV                        0:00:00:000       0:00:00:031
 UKT6      1648  TI,64*DW                         0:00:06:093       0:00:18:734
 UKT7      1632  25*US                            0:00:16:343       0:04:52:265
 UKT8      1636  25*US                            0:00:43:000       0:15:10:984
 UKT9      1640  25*US                            0:00:23:531       0:06:15:890
 UKT10     1644  25*US                            0:00:30:343       0:08:11:453
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 total time used by shown threads:                0:02:01:696       0:34:51:012