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Operating Systems Solaris How to list group members in solaris 9 Post 302312400 by methyl on Friday 1st of May 2009 09:40:31 AM
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The "logins" command lists all users whether or not they are logged in.
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last(1) 						      General Commands Manual							   last(1)

       last - indicate last logins of users and teletypes

       last [-N] [name...] [tty...]

       The  command  looks  back in the file, which records all logins and logouts, for information about a user, a teletype or any group of users
       and teletypes.  Arguments specify names of users or teletypes of interest.  Names of teletypes can be  given  fully  or	abbreviated.   For
       example `last 0' is the same as `last tty0'.

       If  multiple  arguments are given, the information that applies to any of the arguments is printed.  For example, `last root console' lists
       all of "root's" sessions as well as all sessions on the console terminal.

       The command prints the sessions of the specified users and teletypes, most recent first, indicating the times at which the  session  began,
       the  duration  of  the  session, and the teletype on which the session took place.  If the session is ongoing or was cut short by a reboot,
       indicates that this is so.

       The pseudo-user reboot logs in at reboots of the system.  Therefore, the following example gives an indication of mean time between reboot:
       last reboot

       The command with no arguments prints a record of all logins and logouts, in reverse order.

       If is interrupted, it indicates how far the search has progressed in If interrupted with a quit signal (generated by a <CTRL/E>)  indicates
       how far the search has progressed so far, and the search continues.

       -N   Limits the number of output lines to the specified number.

			   login data base

			   records that shutdowns occurred and why

See Also
       wtmp(5), ac(8), lastcomm(1)


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