utmp not getting updated correctly when a user logs out

utmp not getting updated correctly when a user logs out

Post by Jeffrey M. Smi » Wed, 10 Aug 1994 07:45:25



Setup:   SS20 running Solaris 2.3 Hardware update 5/94

When a user logs out the utmp file still shows them logged on when another
user does a w.  Is there a fix for this?

Thanks,
Jeff

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1. Can apache/stronghold log when a user 'click outs' of your site?

If I have a link to a URL on another server, can I log when a user
clicks this link? (sort of like HTTP_REFERRER, but the inverse)

Example:

My site is www.A.com and I have a link to www.B.com along with
www.C.com, www.D.com, etc... I want to know if a user clicks on any of
these links.

Is this possible?

Thanks greatly,
Chuck

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