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rwho(1)								      rwho(1)



NAME

  rwho - Shows which users are logged into hosts on the	local network.

SYNOPSIS

  rwho [-a]

  rwho [-a] [users]

OPTIONS

  -a  Includes all users.  Without this	option,	users whose sessions are idle
      an hour or more are not included in the report.

DESCRIPTION

  The rwho command displays the	username, hostname, and	start date and time
  of each session for everyone on the local network who	is currently logged
  in to	a host running the rwhod daemon.

  If one or more user names are	specified, only	the status of those users
  whose	names are listed appears on the	screen.	If a user has not typed	any-
  thing	for at least 3 minutes,	rwho reports the idle time as a	number of
  minutes in the last column.  After an	hour of	inactivity, a user is not
  included unless the -a option	is specified. Because this command displays a
  lot of output, use this command with caution if the local network has	a
  large	number of users.

  Status information is	broadcast once every 3 minutes by each network host
  running the rwhod daemon. Any	activity (such as a user logging on or off)
  that takes place between broadcasts is not reflected until the next broad-
  cast.

EXAMPLES

  To get a report of all users currently logged	into hosts on the local	net-
  work,	enter:

       $ rwho

       bob	       host2:pts5	       Nov 17 06:30 :20
       bob	       host7:console	       Nov 17 06:25 :25
       franz	       host1:pts0	       Nov 17 11:20 :51
       franz	       host1:pts8	       Nov 16 15:33 :42
       franz	       host4:console	       Nov 17 16:32
       pietro	       host1:console	       Nov 17 13:14 :31
       pietro	       host1:pts7	       Nov 17 13:15 :47
       server	       host2:console	       Nov 17 06:58 :20
       luis	       host2:pts6	       Nov 17 09:22




FILES

  /var/rwho/whod.*
      Indicates	data files received from remote	rwhod daemons.


SEE ALSO

  Commands:  ruptime(1), rwhod(8)