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Admin Toolkit to monitor Unix usage

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Explore new ways to record UNIX logins and other system activities in a number of different logs, and take advantage of this information to monitor user usage. This can be helpful from a number of perspectives, either to use for chargeback reporting or just to get an idea of how busy and active individual users are on the system to help when planning and allocating resources.
 read more | score:5515 | -BlueVoodoo, November 1, 2007
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