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SubjectHow can I know the number of current users in the system?
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Hi every one,
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?

If no, where can I put the inc instruct and dec instruct or the
counter? in the uid_hash_insert and uid_hash_remove?
Thank you!
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