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what are the commands  set of shell commands to tell how many times  user1 has logged on to the system a particular month in hp unix.......
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Gerwin Jansen earned 500 total points
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As root you can try:

/usr/bin/last

See 'man last' for details.
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last user1
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last username | grep month
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