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Mapping Hostname and Username

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dear solutions,

i am working with Solaris machine in a big network. can anyone tell me how to find out a person "eddy" is logging in which host like 'cat', 'dog' or etc....?

thanx
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Question by:mafendee
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Try the rusers command, like:

$ rusers | grep eddy
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ruser only works if rwhod is installed.

> how to find out a person
what do you excatly mean by that?
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