Provided by: login_4.0.18.2-1ubuntu2_i386 bug


       faillog - display faillog records or set login failure limits


       faillog [opcje]


       faillog formats the contents of the failure log from /var/log/faillog
       database. It also can be used for maintains failure counters and
       limits. Run faillog without arguments display only list of user faillog
       records who have ever had a login failure.


       Polecenie faillog posiada następujące opcje:

       -a, --all
           Display faillog records for all users.

       -h, --help
           Wyświetlenie komunikatu pomocy i zakończenie działania.

       -l, --lock-timeSEK
           Lock account to SEC seconds after failed login.

       -m, --maximum MAX
           Set maximum number of login failures after the account is disabled
           to MAX. Selecting MAX value of 0 has the effect of not placing a
           limit on the number of failed logins. The maximum failure count
           should always be 0 for root to prevent a denial of services attack
           against the system.

       -r, --reset
           Reset the counters of login failures or one record if used with the
           -u LOGIN option. Write access to /var/log/faillog is required for
           this option.

       -t, --timeDNI
           Display faillog records more recent than DAYS. The -t flag
           overrides the use of -u.

       -u, --userLOGIN
           Display faillog record or maintains failure counters and limits (if
           used with -l, -m or -r options) only for user with LOGIN.


       faillog only prints out users with no successful login since the last
       failure. To print out a user who has had a successful login since their
       last failure, you must explicitly request the user with the -u flag, or
       print out all users with the -a flag.


           Failure logging file.


       login(1), faillog(5).