Hi everyone and thanks for all people who answered.
All the people who answered agree on that the "file /etc/utmp is not cleared
up properly when the user is log out"
Raymond Ballisti email@example.com
Dave Fetrow firstname.lastname@example.org
Patrick Pawlack email@example.com
Michael Lewis firstname.lastname@example.org
Richard J. Niziack email@example.com
Larry J. Miller firstname.lastname@example.org
Robert J Wolf email@example.com
Paul Cushing firstname.lastname@example.org
Steve Klbane Steve@gec-epl.co.uk
John justin Hough email@example.com
Shouben Zhoun Zshouben@pcs.cnu.edu
Andrew Benson firstname.lastname@example.org
Sumner Hushing email@example.com
Bill Reed firstname.lastname@example.org
Jochen Bern email@example.com
Henry Katz firstname.lastname@example.org
Stuart Pearlman email@example.com
Perry Hutchinson firstname.lastname@example.org
Adam Fox email@example.com
And to others, since I received the answers in a friend's account, and he
is on vacation now..
> Hi sun managers
> We are running SunOS 4.1.3. Sometimes a student login and logout. Then
> if I run a command "w" as root, I found the name of that student followed
> by ttyp0 and Idle:19:42... and under w command there is a dash. On the
> other hand, when I run "ps -uax", I do not find his name or any process
> related to his login session.
> Do you have any idea of what is the origin of that message?
> Ahmed Bentiba
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