NAME [Toc] [Back]
logins - display system and user login data
SYNOPSIS [Toc] [Back]
logins [-admopstux] [-g groups] [-l logins]
DESCRIPTION [Toc] [Back]
logins displays data concerning system and user logins. The format and
content of the output is controlled by command options and may
include: system or user login, user ID number, /etc/passwd comment
field value (e.g., user name, etc...), primary group name, primary
group ID, supplementary group names, supplementary group IDs, home
directory, login shell, user security level, user audit events, and
password aging parameters. The default data is: login, user ID,
primary group name, primary group ID, and /etc/passwd comment field
value. Output is sort by user ID, with user logins following system
logins. The default output consists of login, user ID, primary group,
primary group ID and comment field formatted into columns.
The following options are available to this command:
-a Displays two account expiration fields. The fields show how long
the account can be unused (in days) before it becomes inactive
and the date the account will expire.
-d Display logins with duplicate UIDs.
-m Show multiple group membership data.
-o Display with alternate format of one line of colon separated
-p Display logins with no passwords
-s Display all system logins
-t Sort output by login rather than UID.
-u Display all user logins.
-x Display extended information about selected users. This extended
information includes home directory, login shell and password
aging data, each on its own line. Password information consists
of password status (PS for valid password, LK for locked and NP
for no password) and, if a password is present, date of last
change, required number of days between changes, and number of
days allowed between changes. In the case of non-trusted
systems, the date of last change will be the latest Thursday
since the change.
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Display all users belonging to groups, sorted by login. A comma
separated list specifies multiple groups.
Display the requested logins. A comma separated list specifies
Multiple options may be used. Any login matching any of the criteria
will be displayed. A login will be displayed only once, even if it
meets multiple criteria.
EXAMPLES [Toc] [Back]
logins List all logins in default format.
logins -p -d List all logins that have no password or have a
duplicate UID in default format.
logins -s -o List all system logins in the alternate format.
FILES [Toc] [Back]
/etc/passwd HP-UX password file.
/etc/group HP-UX group file.
SEE ALSO [Toc] [Back]
listusers(1), passwd(1), group(4), passwd(4).
STANDARDS COMPLIANCE [Toc] [Back]
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