What's the essential meaning of the values of times in the details returned after a sample?

there are so many kinds of values of time, but I don't know the meaning of them .Like these:

dtype=[('sample', 'i1', (13,)), ('energy', '<f8'), ('num_occurrences', '<i8'), ('chain_break_fraction', '<f8')]), ['aux0', 'aux1', 'aux2', 'aux3', 'aux4', 'aux5', 'aux6', 'aux7', 'x1', 'x2', 'x3', 'x4', 'x5'], {'timing': {'qpu_sampling_time': 2389, 'qpu_anneal_time_per_sample': 20, 'qpu_readout_time_per_sample': 198, 'qpu_access_time': 13127, 'qpu_access_overhead_time': 1238, 'qpu_programming_time': 10738, 'qpu_delay_time_per_sample': 21, 'total_post_processing_time': 438, 'post_processing_overhead_time': 438, 'total_real_time': 13127, 'run_time_chip': 2389, 'anneal_time_per_run': 20, 'readout_time_per_run': 198}, '}, 'BINARY')>

How to define the solving time?Which one should I chose?

 

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