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SubjectRe: How can I know the number of current users in the system?
Hi Wei.

> I have a problem not clear: Is there any counter for the user number
> in linux?

> I want to do anexperiment which will get the number of current user
> in the system and try fair-share scheduling based on it. I read the
> sys.c and user.c but cannot find a counter for it. Is there any
> counter for this things?

Here's a simple shell command to provide that information:

who | wc -l

Try it and see...

Best wishes from Riley.

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