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RUSERS(1)		FreeBSD	General	Commands Manual		     RUSERS(1)

NAME
     rusers -- who is logged in	to machines on local network

SYNOPSIS
     rusers [-al] [host	...]

DESCRIPTION
     The rusers	command	produces output	similar	to who(1), but for the list of
     hosts or all machines on the local	network.  For each host	responding to
     the rusers	query, the hostname with the names of the users	currently
     logged on is printed on each line.	 The rusers command will wait for one
     minute to catch late responders.

     The following options are available:

     -a	     Print all machines	responding even	if no one is currently logged
	     in.

     -l	     Print a long format listing.  This	includes the user name,	host
	     name, tty that the	user is	logged in to, the date and time	the
	     user logged in, the amount	of time	since the user typed on	the
	     keyboard, and the remote host they	logged in from (if applica-
	     ble).

DIAGNOSTICS
     rusers: RPC: Program not registered  The rpc.rusersd(8) daemon has	not
     been started on the remote	host.

     rusers: RPC: Timed	out  A communication error occurred.  Either the net-
     work is excessively congested, or the rpc.rusersd(8) daemon has termi-
     nated on the remote host.

     rusers: RPC: Port mapper failure -	RPC: Timed out	The remote host	is not
     running the portmapper (see rpcbind(8)), and cannot accommodate any RPC-
     based services.  The host may be down.

SEE ALSO
     rwho(1), users(1),	who(1),	rpcbind(8), rpc.rusersd(8)

HISTORY
     The rusers	command	appeared in Sun-OS.

BUGS
     The sorting options are not implemented.

FreeBSD	10.1			April 23, 1991			  FreeBSD 10.1

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