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Old 10-19-2010
Want to find the stdout for the partiuclar user login for past 12 hrs.

Want to find the stdout for the partiuclar user login for past 12 hrs.

Say for eg : user login id is teladm
And the host name is sys22prod

I want to see the stdout for that user id in that host for past 12 hrs
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Old 10-19-2010
Every process the user runs has a stdout, but it may be inherited (shared with a parent), or not, and it may be his login tty, or not, and the data on the tty includes stderr and any other files redirected to the tty, or not if redirected, but nobody is making records of every byte anywhere.

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