LASTLOG(8)                                             LASTLOG(8)

NAME
       lastlog - examine lastlog file

SYNOPSIS
       lastlog [-u uid] [-t days]

DESCRIPTION
       lastlog  formats and prints the contents of the last login
       log, /usr/adm/lastlog.  The  login-name,  port,  and  last
       login time will be printed.  The default (no flags) causes
       lastlog entries to be printed in UID order.   Entering  -u
       login-name  flag  will cause the lastlog record for login-
       name only to be printed.  Entering -t days will cause only
       the  lastlogins  more recent than days to be printed.  The
       -t flag overrides the use of -u.

       If the user has  never  logged  in  the  message  "**Never
       logged  in**"  will  be  displayed instead of the port and
       time.

FILES
       /usr/adm/lastlog - lastlog logging file

CAVEATS
       Large gaps in uid numbers will cause the  lastlog  program
       to  run  longer  with  no  output  to  the screen (i.e. if
       mmdf=800 and last uid=170, program will appear to hang  as
       it processes uid 171-799).

AUTHORS
       Julianne Frances Haugh (jfh@tab.com)
       Phillip Street

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