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    Command:

    last-deprecated

    
    
    

    SYNOPSIS

           last [-number] [-f filename] [-t tty] [-h hostname] [-i address] [-l]
           [-y] [name...]
    
    
    

    DESCRIPTION

           Last looks back in the wtmp file which records all logins  and  logouts
           for  information  about  a  user,  a teletype or any group of users and
           teletypes.  Arguments specify names of users or teletypes of  interest.
           If  multiple  arguments are given, the information which applies to any
           of the arguments is printed.  For example ''last root  console''  would
           list all of root's sessions as well as all sessions on the console ter-
           minal.  Last displays the sessions of the  specified  users  and  tele-
           types,  most  recent  first,  indicating the times at which the session
           began, the duration of the session, and the teletype which the  session
           took  place on.  If the session is still continuing or was cut short by
           a reboot, last so indicates.
    
           The pseudo-user reboot logs in at reboots of the system.
    
           Last with no arguments displays a record of all logins and logouts,  in
           reverse order.
    
           If  last is interrupted, it indicates how far the search has progressed
           in wtmp.  If interrupted with a quit signal last indicates how far  the
           search has progressed so far, and the search continues.
    
    
    

    OPTIONS

           -number
                  limit  the number of entries displayed to that specified by num-
                  ber.
    
           -f filename
                  Use filename as the name  of  the  accounting  file  instead  of
                  /var/log/wtmp.
    
           -h hostname
                  List only logins from hostname.
    
           -i IP address
                  List only logins from IP address.
    
           -l     List  IP  addresses  of  remote  hosts instead of truncated host
                  names.
    
           -t tty List only logins on tty.
    
           -y     Also report year of dates.
    
    
    

    FILES

           /var/log/wtmp -- login data base
    
    
    

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