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If you are interested in the run duration of the jobs on your SQL Server you would most likely query the system tables sysjobs and sysjobhistory from the msdb database in a manner similar to this:
select name ,enabled ,run_status ,run_date ,run_time ,run_duration from msdb.dbo.sysjobs sj join msdb.dbo.sysjobhistory sjh on sj.job_id = sjh.job_id What is interesting (and yes, it could be misleading!) is that the run_duration is presented by the following formula:
(hours*10000) + (minutes*100) + seconds The bottom line is: do NOT think that the run duration is converted to seconds. Here is an example: if a job has a duration of 102950, this means that the job executed in 10 hours, 29 minutes and 50 seconds.