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RE: When was an user added to the system?



passwd -S <username> command 

	prints out a status of the password of the user - the date in the output is the date the password was last changed. So if you change your password only when you create the user, the time printed will be same as when the user is created. But again not a reliable solution.

Some useful links.

http://inotify-tools.sourceforge.net/

http://www.linuxforums.org/forum/linux-security/121789-how-find-out-when-user-account-created.html



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[mailto:redhat-list-bounces redhat com] On Behalf Of Wang, Mary Y
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Subject: When was an user added to the system? 

Hi,

 

I used 'useradd' to create a new for my Redhat system.  Is there a
command that I can find out when this user was added to the system?

 

Thanks

Mary Wang

 

 
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