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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).
-a acct_dir 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. -f file 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. -m month Reports statistics for month month where month is in the range 1-12. -y year 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. Token Value ───────────────────────────────────────── %l Username %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 '%'
/usr/logs/YEAR/radlast-XX 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. /usr/logs/NAS/YEAR/detail-XX 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.
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 .