>0 jk008 @ 2018/10/10 20:09
How many user names are registered? How much is an average daily load?
>1 ben @ 2018/10/11 14:45
grep 100 /etc/passwd | wc shows 125 members at the moment average load is somewhere between .5 and 1
>2 ben @ 2018/10/15 15:22
another way to check is with the members tool members team | wc
>3 cmccabe @ 2018/12/12 20:58
>>2 related to this question, i checked on monday and found 60 distinct users that had logged in between saturday and then, and over 1500 total logins during that period. this is a huge increase relative to early 2018, and judging by the pace of new user sign-ups, it has the potential to grow a lot more over the next year. ben will be renting a dedicated server room for tilde.team soon.
>4 ben @ 2019/01/11 22:41
if you want to see how many people are online, try the following command users | tr ' ' \\n | uniq | wc -l 34 online following last weekend's reboots
>5 psy @ 2019/01/13 08:44
>6 tfurrows @ 2019/01/24 18:33
>>4 On busy *nix systems, I love to see who is online in a cleanish way, and to quickly recognze out of that list the people I know. To that end, I wrote a little shell script called "whoa." It simply re-formats and compresses the output of who, and reads from ~/.whoiknow to highlights known users. If you're interested, I've placed it in ~tfurrows/share/ I'd also be very interested in knowing if people can access ~tfurrows/share, or if there are any permissions problems!
>7 cmccabe @ 2019/01/28 14:43
>>6 I am able to view the whoa file, tfurrows. I haven't read or run it yet, though.
>8 tfurrows @ 2019/01/30 20:23
>>7 Glad the permissions are correct at least, thanks for checking it! It's messy, there may be much better ways to get the same output, but it does the job. Fellowsh is another great tool to accomplish similar ends and more though!
>9 ben @ 2019/02/01 16:48
>>6 hey ~tfurrows, if you place whoa in your ~/bin directory, you can submit it with the `tilde` command. there was a bug with it recently that i haven't had time to fully investigate, but the idea is to have people be able to submit and find other scripts :)
>10 tfurrows @ 2019/02/06 14:45
>>9 I'm still getting an error: are you ready to continue? [y/n]: y enter the name of your script: whoa whoa already exists. rename your script and try again. tfurrows@tilde:~/bin$ ls -lrt total 4 -rwxr-xr-x 1 tfurrows team 2549 Jan 24 12:51 whoa tfurrows@tilde:~/bin$ tilde whoa whoa not found. try tilde list to see what's available
>11 ben @ 2019/02/06 14:56
>>10 i just pushed a fix. could you try it again?
>12 jan6 @ 2019/02/06 14:56
>>10 That script's just stupid and doesn't recognize relative paths it seems? I put "tilde submit load" while in ~/bin and it failed, I put "tilde submit /home/jan6/bin/load" and THEN it worked...
>13 tfurrows @ 2019/02/08 21:10
>>11 Hey, it's working now! Just placed it in ~bin/ and ran 'tilde submit' and the walkthrough process worked. Thanks!
>14 tfurrows @ 2019/02/08 21:11
>>12 I like the output of 'load' jan6... it's the little things that make life better in *nix space.