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radlast - lists last users access and stats
radlast [ -chbx ] [ -a acct_dir ] [ -f file ] [ -F format_string ] [ -H
format_string ] [ -m month ] [ -u user ] [ -y year ]
This program gives a detailed list of last accesses for one or more
users. It does not collect statistical information. It’s a fast and
compact dumper of the traditional ‘detail’ files of Livingston’s
Radius. It’s output is in some way similar to that of the Unix command
‘last’ but also high-customizable (see FORMATS section below).
Sets the accounting files directory prefix, instead of the
default one, which is /usr/logs
-b Uses a single-row brief output format.
-c Shows records in cronological order.
Uses this radlast logfile instead of the default stdout.
-h Prints out usage of the command.
-F -H format_string
Define customized formats for output rows and the header. See
FORMATS section below.
Reports statistics for month month where month is in the range
Reports statistics for year year that is a four digits number.
-x Shows extedend information (include traffic and phone CLIs)
radlast does allow the user to have a customized output format with
the ‘-F’ command line option (see above). The program accepts and
outputs any character in a format string and parse it to find some
%-prefixed one-letter tokens. Those ‘a la’ printf tokens are
substituted with corresponding entry values. Normal C substitution are
performed for \\,\t,\n,\r and \%. The list of legal % tokens follows,
any oher combination is parsed and ignored.
%p Port ID
%a NAS ip address
%k Port type
%c Client ip address
%d Date in ctime format
%t Online time in secs
%T Online time in HH:MM:SS format
%i Input traffic in bytes
%I Input traffic in KBytes
%o Output traffic in bytes
%O Output traffic in KBytes
%m Total traffic in bytes
%M Total traffic in KBytes
%s Input speed in bps (or UNKNOWN)
%S Output speed in bps (or UNKNOWN)
%A NAS called id (or UNKNOWN)
%# Client calling id (or UNKNOWN)
%% literal ’%’
These are the files which constitutes the radlast database. They
are in binary not-indexed format and functionally equivalent to
the text files ‘detail-XX’. The main difference is that detail
files are organized on a per client base. See below.
These text files stores accounting information for every access
server (NAS) listed in the clients file. Each user session is
identified by a unique session-id and these accounting files
store start/stop records for every single authenticated session.
Information stored in those records, but for a group of standard
ones, strictly depend on the NAS model and operating system.
The -x option apparently is not working.
builddbm(8), radiusd(8), radlist(1), radtest(1), radwatch(1),
Francesco Paolo Lovergine <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
A complete list of contributors is contained in CREDITS file. You
should get that file among other ones within your distribution and
possibly installed under /usr/docs directory
Copyright (C) 1997 Cristian Gafton. All rights reserved.
Copyright (C) 1999-2004 Francesco Paolo Lovergine. All rights reserved.
See the LICENSE file enclosed within this software for conditions of
use and distribution. This is a pure ISO BSD Open Source License .