Author rfrail3
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Date 2019-01-10.07:43:37
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Finally since the release of OSX 10.12 the equivalent from the FreeBSD and OpenBSD "CLOCK_UPTIME" is available on Darwin under the name "CLOCK_UPTIME_RAW":

CLOCK_UPTIME FreeBSD [1]:
Starts at zero when the kernel boots and increments monotonically in SI seconds while the machine is running.

CLOCK_UPTIME OpenBSD [2]:
Time whose absolute value is the time the system has been running and not suspended, providing accurate uptime measurement, both absolute and interval

CLOCK_UPTIME_RAW Darwin [3]:
Clock that increments monotonically, tracking the time since an arbitrary point, unaffected by frequency or time adjustments and not increment while the system is asleep.


It would be useful to have it available on time module [4] for this platform.

As the behaviour is equivalent, maybe it can be assigned to the existing time.CLOCK_UPTIME funtion.




Thanks,



[1] - https://www.freebsd.org/cgi/man.cgi?query=clock_gettime
[2] - https://man.openbsd.org/clock_gettime.2
[3] - http://www.manpagez.com/man/3/clock_gettime_nsec_np/
[4] - https://docs.python.org/3/library/time.htm
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