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Anyone got experience where wtmp logs get truncated everyday? Though sulog, failedlogin and lastlog seems to be fine.
The server uptime is 18 days running on AIX 5.3. Sorry this seems to be a generic questions but never really encountered before. (6 Replies)
Discussion started by: depam
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Can anybody explain wtmp output fields?
A dir was created at 7:11pm and I wanted to find out who was logged in at that time but as you can see there is no ip address listed when I run utmpdump against the wtmp file.....
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Discussion started by: Duffs22
Is there a difference between the following commands besides consider the file permissions?
cat /dev/null >/var/adm/wtmp
Today I tried the second command and it worked... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: x_adm
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Is there a way i can reset the date on my unix terminal to yesterday's date?
Tue Jul 1 14:18:21 GMT 2008
Please let me know.
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Discussion started by: jakSun8
I have a problem with the file wtmp that is on /var/adm
This file was not on this directory (adm).
I try creating a new file with the correct rights (644) and owner (adm:adm)
but It doesnt work.
If I type the last command i get this
ora10g ... (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: lo-lp-kl
6. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I have AIX5.1
I have been trying to learn how to truncate the /var/adm/wtmp file.
I have seen several things on google actually but don't quite understand. I also searched your forums but couldn't find it.
one says this ">/var/adm/wtmp
Is that all I do?
I have a seperate question also. I was... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: rocker40
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Hi, is it ok if i delete wtmp on HPUX 11 under /var/adm
It is filling up that filesystem
Cheers (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: dsharples
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Here's a usefull perl script to trim the wtmp file,
in case it got too big, which happens sometimes, or got curropted (which also happens often).
You could learn from here how to parse the wtmp file...
but of course for just reading its content always simply use "last" like Neo said....
... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: me2unix
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I would loke to read the WTMP file. This is a binary file in the /var/logs directory. Is there any utility which will convert this binary file to ASCII format? (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: pgold1