How Do i get last lgin date for all my users

Dale J Chatham dale.chatham at
Wed Apr 10 15:49:46 EDT 2013

Assuming Linux?UNIX,

log onto the machine, run the command: last

Take the newest entry for each user.

Perl is your friend.

On 04/10/2013 12:51 PM, Santos Ramirez wrote:
> Good Afternoon,
>   I am hoping that someone can help in getting last login date for all 
> of my users.  I know about the .seen files. Is there a better more 
> exact utility that I can use. Thank you in advance for any and all help.
> Santos U. Ramirez
> Linux Systems Administrator
> National DCP, LLC
> 150 Depot Street
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