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On Wed, Sep 28, 2011 at 1:00 AM, David Given <> wrote:
> Yes. clock() does not return wall-clock time, it returns how much CPU
> time your process is using, so if your process is blocked it won't
> advance. As such it's not useful for anything much.
> Go get luasocket and use socket.gettime() instead, it does the right thing.
> --

Thanks for the reply! I just found out os.clock() will be stalled by
socket:settimeout() (however it won't on Windows, works fine.)