On Fri, Apr 07, 2017 at 09:58:07AM -0700, Jeff Janes wrote:
> --progress-timestamp is supposed to make -P report a Unix Epoch time stamp,
> for easy correlation with the entries in other log files (like the postgres
> server log file using %n).
> But that broke in this commit:
> commit 1d63f7d2d180c8708bc12710254eb7b45823440f
> Author: Tom Lane <t...@sss.pgh.pa.us>
> Date: Mon Jan 2 13:41:51 2017 -0500
> Use clock_gettime(), if available, in instr_time measurements.
> The commit before that one changed pgbench to make it tolerate the change
> in clock, but it overlooked --progress-timestamp.
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