Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 44181
psacct user summary file is broken
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:06:55 EST
Description of problem:
After generating a user summary file with the sa -s command, reading back
the summary with sa -m results in garbage data. Non-sumarized data
(retrieved by sa -im) is fine.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Make sure you have data in /var/log/psacct
2. run sa -s
3. run sa -m
Actual Results: 52889 1 0.55re
12148.74cp 708444avio 594048k
58657 1 359.25re 5350.49cp
24531 1 104202.24re 4412.16cp
46777 1 142.25re 4168.71cp
5486 1 2917.72re 2892.05cp
Expected Results: rmack 47208
19953.76re 74.34cp 0avio 632k
root 49297 82886.07re
51.11cp 0avio 591k
boultonj 9159 13314.50re
8.12cp 0avio 542k
lp 40 28.33re
0.13cp 0avio 685k
apache 31 93213.40re
0.04cp 0avio 2000k
What architecture? This is flagged as "All", however I'd like
to confirm the exact architecture(s) this shows on.
It's been 5 months. Are you still there?
This is still broken as of FedoraCore 3t1.
We'll track it against that.
I can't reproduce this problem (in RHEL3 and FC4).
Can anybody reproduce this bug?
I'm closing this bug. If there is any problem, please reopen it.