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List CMS users - Log out CMS users by RTMCKEE
Posted: 10 Mar 05

Start a UNIX session and type "who -u"

This will give you the login ID's of those currently logged in, along with a PID (process ID). This will also give you IP addresses if you need to locate a user, or maybe find out who is logged in with somones ID.

You can use the PID to issue a 'kill' command.

enter "who -u"

response "user        pts/2        Sep  2 06:31  17109       ("

enter "kill 17109"

This should end the process associated with that login.  Just be carefull using 'kill'  if you typo the pid, you could kill a process that is crucial to cms operation.

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