Provided by: runit_1.4.1-1_i386 bug

NAME

       utmpset - logout a line from utmp and wtmp file

SYNOPSIS

       utmpset [ -w ] line

DESCRIPTION

       The  utmpset  program modifies the user accounting database utmp(5) and
       optionally wtmp(5) to indicate that the user on the terminal  line  has
       logged out.

       Ordinary  init(8)  processes  handle  utmp file records for local login
       accounting.  The runit(8) program doesn’t include code  to  update  the
       utmp  file,  the  getty(8)  processes are handled the same as all other
       services.

       To enable local login accounting, add utmpset to  the  getty(8)  finish
       scripts, e.g.:

        $ cat /var/service/getty-5/finish
        #!/bin/sh
        exec utmpset -w tty5
        $

OPTIONS

       -w     wtmp.  Additionally  to the utmp file, write an empty record for
              line to the wtmp file.

EXIT CODES

       utmpset returns 111 on error, 1 on wrong usage, 0 in all other cases.

SEE ALSO

       sv(8), runsv(8), runit(8),  runit-init(8)  runsvdir(8),  runsvchdir(8),
       chpst(8), svlogd(8), getty(8)

       http://smarden.org/runit/

AUTHOR

       Gerrit Pape <pape@smarden.org>

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