The following table defines the HTML tags at the runtime level.
|<Runtime-Version>||Shows the version number of the runtime used by this particular profiling run. The value is the full version number (including any information seen in runcbl -v such as build dates or patch numbers).|
|<Run-Date>||Marks the date and time of the run that produced the profile data.|
|<Has-Timer>||Is set to 1 if the runtime has support for profiling timers, 0 if not. If support is not available, the various ticks fields below will all be zero. Currently, timer support is available under Windows NT and UNIX machines that have setitimer and siginterrupt routines.|
|<Usecs-Per-Tick>||Contains the number of microseconds represented by each tick of the timer. The runtime normally asks for a 10-millisecond timer (a value of 10000 for this field).|
|<User-Time-Msecs>||When available, this tag shows the number of milliseconds of CPU time spent processing user code for this run.|
|<System-Time-Msecs>||When available, this tag shows the number of milliseconds of CPU time spent processing system code on behalf of the profiled process.|