SYSTAT

[command] SYSTAT was a command on the DEC TOPS-10 and RSTS/E computer operating systems by which one obtained the current general status of the running operating system. The commands showed the logged-on users, processes, I/O, and other interesting system management information. ...
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Systat

[protocol] Systat or Active Users is a simple Internet protocol ostensibly useful for `debugging and measurement`. A connection to port 11, by either TCP or UDP, elicits a list of users currently logged into the system. Though it remains an official Internet protocol, its use is considered a security vulnerability. ...
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SYSTAT

[statistics] SYSTAT is a statistics and statistical graphics software package, developed by Leland Wilkinson in the late 1970s, who was at the time an assistant professor of psychology at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Systat was incorporated in 1983 and grew to over 50 employees. In 1995 SYSTAT was sold to SPSS Inc., who marketed t...
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Systat

[tool] Systat (system statistics) is a command-line tool that displays active processes and users. It is available on Unix and Unix-like operating systems. ...
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