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ac's on System V machines (I've tried SGI Indigo & SGI Indy)
forget to pay attention to the
ut_type field in a
utmp. As such, they chalk up a lot of time to non-existant processes
TANGIBLE RESULT: The amount of total time reported by the
ac is really off. Often, it's several times
greater than what it should be.
ac always pays attention to the
ut_type record, so there's no possibility of chalking up time to
anything but user processes.
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