tracking logged in users

Darryl Moore darryl at moores.ca
Tue Jun 16 13:55:20 UTC 2009


Well yeah, but I was hoping for something that would be a little more
centralized. Perhaps integrated into the authentication system. But I
suppose these programs with some puppet manifests will have to do. Thanks.

Timothy Webster wrote:
> Is running who and last on each remote machine any use to you?
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> --- On Mon, 6/15/09, Darryl Moore <darryl at moores.ca> wrote:
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>> From: Darryl Moore <darryl at moores.ca>
>> Subject: tracking logged in users
>> To: "The Canadian Ubuntu Users Community" <ubuntu-ca at lists.ubuntu.com>
>> Date: Monday, June 15, 2009, 8:34 PM
>> Does anybody here know if there is
>> any easy way to track what users are
>> logged in on what machines in a Linux network environment?
>> Anyway for
>> example, to get OpenLDAP to update a database of users as
>> they log in.
>>
>> The alternative is probably to either use some puppet or
>> cron scripts to
>> send the information back to a central database. I just
>> don't know if
>> this is the best way.
>>
>>
>> cheers,
>> darryl
>> (I'm still thinking about the laptop NFS problem too.
>> Think, think,
>> think....)
>>
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