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       sxacl-userclone - clone an existing user


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


       sxacl  userclone  creates  a  clone  of  an  existing  user,  which  has the same type and
       privileges but a different authentication key. The clones can be used to access  the  same
       account  from different devices to eliminate the need of changing the keys on all of them,
       in case one gets lost or compromised.


       -h, --help
              Print help and exit

              Print help, including hidden options, and exit

       -V, --version
              Print version and exit

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

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

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

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

       -D, --debug
              Enable debug messages.


       To create a clone of the user 'joe' run:
           sxacl userclone joe sx://admin@cluster


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