[Samba] forcing log off
Joel at HammersHome.com
Thu Jul 10 22:18:40 GMT 2003
Can't you just kill the connection with kill -15 pid ?
On Thu, Jul 10, 2003 at 03:06:41PM -0400, Jack Mendez wrote:
> okay so i have the script provided by joel.
> i have changed them slitely so that each user gets his or her own file,
> because if two users try to log on at the same time, the script can't
> differentiate between atempts.
> so you get mixed lines.
> as in user1 starts with line1 but then user2 might have his first line
> right after. we wanted to be able to distinguish.
> now that we can see who is where, and what the process id is, what can we
> do with this.smbstatus was mentioned but i see nothing there that will let
> us kill the process. the other thing is that windows automatically logs on
> when samba kicks them off..how can we force this not to happen.
> .aditionally when a user logs on, they get an individual process id, my
> goal was to prevent the same user from logging more then once..
> thanks for the help so far.
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