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       sgepasswd - Modify the Sun Grid Engine password file of Sun Grid Engine


       sgepasswd [[ -D domain ] -d user ]

       sgepasswd [ -D domain ] [ user ]


       sgepasswd modifies the Sun Grid Engine password file sgepasswd(5).

       This file contains a list of usernames and their  windows  password  in
       encrypted  form.   sge_execd(8)  and  sge_shepherd(8)  on hosts running
       Microsoft Windows as operating systems use this  information  to  start
       jobs for a certain user.

       Each  user can use the sgepasswd application to add a new entry for the
       own user account. It is also possible to  change  the  stored  password
       with sgepasswd as far as the user knows the old one.

       The  root  user  additionally has the permission to change the password
       entries for other user accounts. Root can also delete existing entries.

       The sgepasswd binary is only available on non-Windows hosts.


       -D domain
              Per  default sgepasswd will add/modify the current Unix username
              without domain specification.  This switch can be used to add  a
              domain  specification in front of the current user name. Consult
              your Microsoft Windows documentation  to  get  more  information
              about domain users.

       -d user
              Only  root  can  use  this  parameter to delete entries from the
              sgepasswd(5) file.

       -help  Prints a listing of all options.


       SGE_CERTFILE   Specifies the location of public key file.  Per  default
                      sgepasswd         will        use        the        file

       SGE_KEYFILE    If set, specifies the location of the private key  file.
                      Default                                               is

       SGE_RANDFILE   If  set,  specifies  the  location  of  the seed used to
                      create encrypted versions of user passwords. Default  is


       sge_intro(1), sgepasswd(5)


       See sge_intro(1) for a full statement of rights and permissions.