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System Administration Guide: Virtualization Using the Solaris Operating System
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Commands Used With Extended Accounting

Command Reference

Description

acctadm(1M)

Modifies various attributes of the extended accounting facility, stops and starts extended accounting, and is used to select accounting attributes to track for processes, tasks, and flows.

wracct(1M)

Writes extended accounting records for active processes and active tasks.

lastcomm(1)

Displays previously invoked commands. lastcomm can consume either standard accounting-process data or extended-accounting process data.

For information on commands that are associated with tasks and projects, see Example Commands and Command Options. For information on IPQoS flow accounting, see ipqosconf(1M).

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