FTP user - last login?



Solaris 10
vsftpd

Assume user bob

bob:x:241:101::/opt/ftp/bob:/bin/false

How do I tell bob's last login time?



Yes, I can do something clever against the FTP logs, gather the latest login
date

$ grep vsftpd.log | grep bob
(snip)
Thu Apr 12 15:56:00 2012 [pid 12170] [bob] OK LOGIN: Client "xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx"
$

But that only gets me the data going forward, doesn't tell me if bob's last
login was, say, two years ago.

What I need/want is for 'finger' to magically work ...



Brian Dunbar
Systems Administrator

Plexus Corporation
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