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Old 01-27-2010
aix version 5

I have been given multiple years of login files to determine workload. How do I determine the year in regards to the login. This is what is looks like now.

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witkoaxdm/_0Sep 13 07:45   still logged in.



thank you

Last edited by zaxxon; 01-28-2010 at 05:22 AM.. Reason: use code tags please, ty
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Old 01-28-2010
There is usually no year description with last output. Just by logins you can't determine workload - you will need much more information about processes etc. if you want to get details about used system resources per user by the term "workload".

If you need such info you might want to set up something like Auditing and/or Advanced Accounting to get more details.

Check Google and the IBM Redbooks according to those two topics for more information.

Note: Your post has been edited - use [code] and [/code] tags when posting code, data or logs for better readability and to preserve formatting etc., ty.

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