|Total Users||Current number of user connections.|
|Line||Line name (pseudo terminal number e.g. pts/3).|
|Name||Name of the user.|
|Host||Name or IP address of the host that the user connected from.|
|LogonTime||Time the connection is established.|
|IdleTime||Time elapsed since last input/output.|
|Command||Command that is being run by the user. This column is only be populated if a Process or Hardware plug-in is running on the same Netprobe.|
Process ID of the original user shell.
Note: This is only applicable for Solaris and AIX.
Only shows if authorised users (and/or authorised groups) are configured.
Shows whether the user is authorised or not.
The UNIX-USERS plug-in should work without any initial configuration, however there are additional options available.
For Linux platforms, only the first 8 characters of the username will be processed (just like the output of the default "w" command in Linux). So, the display will only show a maximum of 8 characters.
The following parameters can be configured for this plug-in:
This parameter changes the command used to get the list of current users.
Only set this parameter if the user list command does not work as expected (perhaps it is installed to a different location, or the arguments have changed between OS revisions).
who -ufor all other Unix platforms.
Caution: The Unix Users plug-in does not support commands other than the defaults. If you set this parameter to an invalid command, then the plug-in returns an error. However, the sampler continues to run with an "OK" status.