Linux sleep command
On Unix-like operating systems, the sleep command is used to delay for a specified amount of time.
The sleep command pauses for an amount of time defined by NUMBER.
SUFFIX may be "s" for seconds (the default), "m" for minutes, "h" for hours, or "d" for days.
If more than one NUMBER is specified, sleep delays for the sum of their values.
|--help||Display a help message, and exit.|
|--version||Display version information, and exit.|
Delays for 10 seconds.