[Samba] Getting stats for logged in domain users?

Jason.McGlamary at Medstar.net Jason.McGlamary at Medstar.net
Mon Apr 12 13:36:20 GMT 2004

  SWAT will display this information graphically and can be made to 
automatically refresh under the "Status" link.  I have found SWAT to be 
fairly convenient for viewing connections, viewing current smb.conf file, 
and for restarting the Samba services.  Just be careful if using SWAT, if 
you use it to change your Samba config, it will overwrite your current 
file, eliminating comments, and only showing nonstandard config options. 
Way to go depends on whether you need to use the information for another 
process, or if you're just monitoring.

Jason McGlamary
PC/LAN Specialist
Washington Hospital Center

"Frode Lillerud" <frode at lillerud.no> 
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04/11/2004 10:52 AM

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[Samba] Getting stats for logged in domain users?

Samba 3.0.2a, Debian linux, 2.6.x kernel, PDC server, WinXP clients.
Hi, I'm setting up a samba server for one of our branch offices. 
During the monitoring of the server I'd like to be able to view how many
domain users, and which ones, are logged in on the domain at particular
times. The users use WinXP.
Is there any way of getting number of logged on domainusers, their IP's
or usernames?
My alternative way is to write a perl script to analyze the samba
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