ruptime - Displays the status of each host on a network
ruptime [-ar] [-l|-t|-u]
ruptime [-ar] [-l|-t|-u] [machinename]
The ruptime command displays the status of each host on a local network that is running the rwhod daemon.
is specified, only the status
of that machine is displayed.
Includes all users. Without this option, users whose sessions
are idle an hour or more are not included.
Sorts the list by the load average over 5-, 10-, and 15-minute
intervals prior to a server's transmission. The load averages are multiplied
by 10 to represent the value in decimal format.
Reverses the sort order.
Sorts the list by the length of uptime.
Sorts the list by the number of users.
The status lines are sorted by hostname unless the
option is indicated. The status information
is provided in packets broadcast once every 3 minutes by each network host
rwhod. Any activity (such as the power to a host
being turned on or off) that takes place between broadcasts is not reflected
until the next broadcast. Hosts for which no status information is received
for 11 minutes are reported as down.
To get a status report on the hosts on the local network, enter: $ ruptime
Indicates data files received from remote
Commands: rwho(1), rwhod(8)