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SubjectRe: How can I know the number of current users in the system?
On Tue, Nov 06, 2001 at 10:28:57AM +0100, Terje Eggestad wrote:
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> My suggestion is to loop thru the processes and collect a list of all
> the userids and form a tree/list of all the processes belonging to each
> of them. Then you fair share schedule between the users.

Hmmm, you should be able to count the number of pty's and tty's.
Every logged in user is attached to some sort of getty
whose parent is the init task (1). That might be a basis for
a count.

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