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All team members has sudo access to user "batch55".
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Using HP-UX and ksh shell in our environment.
How can i acheive this?
Thanks In Advance. (2 Replies)
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I am executing a pretty long ksh script and need to time stamp every command which runs inside.
Unfortunatly 'echo date' is not the option here.
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how to overcome this warning issue.
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Whenever I do logout from a session initiated by ssh/su, I need to print a small report which says the login time, logout time, commands got executed..
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I am new to unix OS.
Commands(external commands) given by the user are examined by shell and later executed by kernel.
Now I want to know how the internal(built in) commands are executed.
Please clarify whether they are executed directly by shell or by kernel.
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I want to know the commands executed a by particular user .. for the whole day on my machine.
I have checked out with the commad
It is throwing an error called: ..
/var/adm/pacct: No such file or directory
Can u help me in this regard..
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Hello Unix Champs,
For keeping audit trail, I want to log the commands entered by the normal users, on their terminal into a text file.
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