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4.1 Flags

This program implements the features of regular u*x lastcomm with a few extra flags. When lastcomm is invoked without arguments, the output looks like this:

nslookup         jberman  ttypb      0.03 secs Tue Feb 16 19:23
comsat           root     __         0.03 secs Tue Feb 16 19:19
uptime           ctilburg __         0.11 secs Tue Feb 16 19:23
sh          F    ctilburg __         0.02 secs Tue Feb 16 19:23
sleep            ctilburg __         0.02 secs Tue Feb 16 19:22
ls               noel     ttyp4      0.19 secs Tue Feb 16 19:23

Print only entries that match all of the arguments on the command line.

--user name

List records for user with name. This is useful if you're trying to match a username that happens to be the same as a command (e.g., ed).

--command name

List records for command name.

--tty name

List records for tty name.

-f filename
--file filename

Read from the file filename instead of the system's acct file.

--ahz hz

Use this flag to tell the program what AHZ should be (in hertz). This option is useful if you are trying to view an acct file created on another machine which has the same byte order and file format as your current machine, but has a different value for AHZ.


Print paging statistics


Print verbose internal information.


Print lastcomm's version number.


Print lastcomm's usage string and default locations of system files to standard output.

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