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Use this flag to tell the program what
should be (in Hertz). This option is useful if you are trying
to view an
acct file created on another machine
which has a different value for
Swap the bytes (relative to your system's native byte
Set output format with
Limit the number of lines (or records with
--raw) to print.
Read the accounting file backwards (print latest record first).
Don't print human readable output, dump the raw record instead. Useful to convert between different Linux file formats (see below).
dump-acct's usage string and default
location of the accouning file to standard output.
--format options are
only available with Linux multiformat support. They only affect
output with the
--raw option, format and
byte order of the input are automatically detected. Thus they are
useful to convert between different file formats.
--ahz option affects input and output (except
for v3 file format, which by definition is fixed to
AHZ=100). If you ever need to convert between
AHZ values, use a two-step process: First
convert to v3 format with the old
value, then convert to the desired output format with the
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