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Users logged into a web server

By jimmy-jam ·
Hopefully this is an easy one.

Is there a tool or a command that I can use to tell how many users are currently logged into my web server?

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What OS is the server?

by jdclyde In reply to Users logged into a web s ...

If it is *nux either a "finger" or "who" command will tell you who is in.

After you see someone is logged in, you can ps-ef|grep <username> to see what they are running.

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Winders 2000

by jimmy-jam In reply to What OS is the server?
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nbtstat -s

by jdclyde In reply to Winders 2000

give that a try.

also the -n switch, gives names of all connections.

Is that enough detail?

-s gives a name, -S gives IP address.

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Hmmm... odd

by jimmy-jam In reply to nbtstat -s

All 3 of my web servers report no connections... I know that isn't the case. Will nbtstat report back IIS sessions?

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you said "logged in"

by jdclyde In reply to Hmmm... odd

not viewing your web page.... :0

~sigh~

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My bad

by jimmy-jam In reply to you said "logged in"

I meant logged into the web application.

which I guess in essence is viewing the web page. oops :8}

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