These days, I'm only sitting at home, mainly browsing http://lxr.linux.no/linux+v220.127.116.11/ in order to find out how to write my prefetching kernel patch and typing a bit. Anyway, kernel hacking all the time.
All the time is too much. It's not right. It's not sane. And you know it when you feel the urge to try this:
/usr/bin/time halt(The first command measures how long the second one is execuded, and the second one shuts the system down.)
Here's the result:
Broadcast message from root@ubuntuWell, I guess this means /usr/bin/time behaves right when it gets a kill signal. But what does it say about my behaviour? (I don't think I wanna know...)
(/dev/pts/0) at 14:29 ...
The system is going down for halt NOW!
0.00user 0.00system 0:00.05elapsed 16%CPU (0avgtext+0avgdata 0maxresident)k
0inputs+0outputs (2major+379minor)pagefaults 0swaps