.ttime (Display Thread Times)

The .ttime command displays the running times for a thread.




user mode only


live, crash dump


x86 only


This command only works in user mode. In kernel mode you should use !thread instead. This command works with user-mode minidumps as long as they were created with the /mt or /ma options; see User-Mode Dump Files for details.

The .ttime command shows the creation time of the thread, as well as the amount of time it has been running in kernel mode and in user mode.

Here is an example:

0:000> .ttime
Created: Sat Jun 28 17:58:42 2003
Kernel:  0 days 0:00:00.131
User:    0 days 0:00:02.109