The nfsometer-1.8-5.fc28 package run-requires "time" package. That's probably because nfsometerlib/workloads/cthon.nfsometer checks for presence of "time" program at line 30.
However, nfsometerlib/workloads.py executes "time" command via shell at line 190. The shell is a bash in case of Fedora and thus the time command executes a bash built-in, not an external /usr/bin/time program.
I did not tried running nfsometer because I do not want to hassle with setting up NFS, but I believe this is so because the time output is parsed in nfsometerlib/parse.py in parse_time() function and it matches the output against regular expressions in RE dictionary and they align to the shell built-in output format ('^real\s+([\d]+)m([\d.]+)s'), not the time program default output format.
Therefore I believe the dependency on "time" package as well as the check for the command should be removed.
This bug appears to have been reported against 'rawhide' during the Fedora 28 development cycle.
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