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RHEL 8 deprecated pam_tally2 command. Earlier version pam_tally command provides us number of failures count. e.g

[root@Linux7 ~]# pam_tally2
Login           Failures Latest failure     From
testNG_Admin        2    08/21/19 04:58:57  /deve/pts/0

As pam_faillock is replaced pam_tally2, now we would like to use faillock command.

But the issue is faillock command does not give failure count instead it gives all details.

e.g.

[root@bsingh-vm4 ~]# faillock
a735c:
When                Type  Source                                           Valid
ajit:
When                Type  Source                                           Valid
2019-08-22 18:36:41 RHOST 172.18.252.88                                        V
2019-08-22 18:36:46 RHOST 172.18.252.88                                        V
2019-08-22 18:36:51 RHOST 172.18.252.88                                        V

Is there any way by which I can get count using some command? e.g.

a735c  0
ajit  3

Thanks in advance!!!

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