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       sxacl-useradd - create a new user


       sxacl useradd [OPTIONS] <username> sx://[profile@]cluster


       sxacl useradd adds a new user to a Skylable SX cluster. By default, a regular user will be
       created. Only cluster administrators can create new users.


       -h, --help
              Print help and exit

              Print help, including hidden options, and exit

       -V, --version
              Print version and exit

       -t, --role=TYPE
              User type. Accepted values are "admin" and "normal" (default).

       -d, --description=STRING
              Set the optional description of this user.

       -q, --quota=SIZE
              Set total quota for all volumes owned by this user (allows K,M,G,T  suffixes).  The
              user  will not be able to store more data than this limit across all of the volumes
              it owns.

       -a, --auth-file=FILE
              Store authentication key in a given file (instead of printing it).

       -g, --generate-key
              Automatically generate a new key based on a random data instead of a password.

       -b, --batch-mode
              Disable  additional  information  and  only  print  the   automatically   generated
              authentication key.

              By  default,  the  authentication  key is automatically generated for the new user.
              With  this  option  one  can  force  the  use  of  an  old   key   (obtained   with
              sxacl-usergetkey(1)),  when recreating the user on a new or another cluster. Only a
              key that was previously generated for the same username will be accepted.

       -c, --config-dir=PATH
              Path to the SX configuration directory (default: ~/.sx)

       -D, --debug
              Enable debug messages.


       To add the user 'joe' to the cluster run:
           sxacl useradd joe sx://admin@cluster


       sxacl-usermod(1),  sxacl-usernewkey(1),  sxacl-usergetkey(1),  sxacl-userlist(1),   sxacl-
       userdel(1), sxinit(1)