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I need some help in putting a quick script to display Last Login Information of all the users on a AIX server. The format requested is something like below.

----------------------------------------------
User      Gecos       Last Loggedin
----------------------------------------------

User field : User ID
Gecos : User Description
Last Logged in : Readable format

On AIX, I can pull in User field and Gecos from  - awk -F: '{print $1 $5}' /etc/passwd

and Last logged in from  `perl -e 'print scalar localtime(1210762918);'`

How should I put everything together, so that I get an output like

----------------------------------------------
User      Gecos       Last Loggedin
----------------------------------------------

Thanks,


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Question by:Ramu Shetty
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by:omarfarid
ID: 40353891
try this


echo -----------------------------------
usr=`awk -F: '{print $1 $5}' /etc/passwd`
llogin=`perl -e 'print scalar localtime(1210762918);'`
echo "$usr      $llogin"
echo -----------------------------------
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by:Ramu Shetty
ID: 40353893
Thanks you....Omar, On the similar grounds, I wrote a script but this is quite not working...

So I have all the users on the system whose UID are starting with "p",

for i in `awk -F: '{print $1}' /etc/passwd | grep ^p`
        do
        x=$i
        y=`lsuser -a time_last_login $i | awk -F'=' '{print $2}'`
        z=`perl -e 'print scalar localtime($y);'`

a=`cat /etc/passwd |awk '{print $5}'`
echo "$x        $a      $z"
done

So I am trying to print out : UserID Gecod Last Login
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by:omarfarid
ID: 40353898
Can till me what is the output of each command you run in the script?

awk -F: '{print $1}' /etc/passwd | grep ^p

lsuser -a time_last_login $i | awk -F'=' '{print $2}'

perl -e 'print scalar localtime($y);'

cat /etc/passwd |awk '{print $5}'
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by:Ramu Shetty
ID: 40353908
Here is the info

awk -F: '{print $1}' /etc/passwd | grep ^p
p876km
p515kr
p112qp

lsuser -a time_last_login $i | awk -F'=' '{print $2}'
1412133895
1411394010
1412109891


perl -e 'print scalar localtime($y);'
Wed Dec 31 18:00:00 1969Wed Dec 31 18:00:00 1969Wed Dec 31 18:00:00 1969

cat /etc/passwd |awk '{print $5}'
Paul Ruber
Shawn Zeiler
Mary Kom

I think the perl thing got screwed up,which is to convert the last log to the standard time format
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by:omarfarid
ID: 40353967
when you run

echo "$x        $a      $z"

What do you get?
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by:Ramu Shetty
ID: 40354421
So when  I run the Echo command I am getting some undesired output, That is the reason why I approached EE
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by:omarfarid
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what do you get?
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by:Ramu Shetty
ID: 40355574
Not the desired output, a blank screen scrolling with something on the bottom ...
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by:Ramu Shetty
ID: 40355597
Not the desired output, a blank screen scrolling with something on the bottom ...
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omarfarid earned 500 total points
ID: 40356260
ok, please run below and see what output you get

for i in `awk -F: '{print $1}' /etc/passwd | grep ^p`
        do
        x=$i
echo $x
        y=`lsuser -a time_last_login $i | awk -F'=' '{print $2}'`
        z=`perl -e 'print scalar localtime($y);'`
echo $z
        a=`cat /etc/passwd |awk '{print $5}'`
echo $a
#echo "$x        $a      $z"
done
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by:Ramu Shetty
ID: 40358678
This is not working either...here is the output

p876km
Wed Dec 31 18:00:00 1969
<Shawn.M.Zeiler@XXX.com>,#9809TSMTeam@XXX.com:/home/p876km:/usr/bin/ksh
p515kr
Wed Dec 31 18:00:00 1969
<Shawn.M.Zeiler@XXX.com>,#9809TSMTeam@XXX.com:/home/p876km:/usr/bin/ksh
p112qp
Wed Dec 31 18:00:00 1969
<Shawn.M.Zeiler@XXX.com>,#9809TSMTeam@XXX.com:/home/p876km:/usr/bin/ksh


So can you please help me out on this....
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by:Ramu Shetty
ID: 40358683
The output I am expecting should look like...

----------------------------------------------
User      Gecos       Last Loggedin
----------------------------------------------

User Info can be got from -> awk -F: '{print $1}' /etc/passwd

Gecos can be got from  -> awk -F: '{print $5}' /etc/passwd

Last Loggedin -> perl -e 'print scalar localtime($x);'
Where x=lsuser -a time_last_login UID | awk -F'=' '{print $2}'

Thanks...
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