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user - Sun Grid Engine user entry file format
A user entry is used to store ticket and usage information on a per
user basis. Maintaining user entries for all users participating in a
Sun Grid Engine system is required if Sun Grid Engine is operated under
a user share tree policy.
If the enforce_user cluster configuration parameter is set to auto, a
user object for the submitting user will be created automatically
during job submission, if one does not already exist. The
auto_user_oticket, auto_user_fshare, auto_user_default_project, and
auto_user_delete_time cluster configuration parameters will be used as
default attributes of the new user object.
A list of currently configured user entries can be displayed via the
qconf(1) -suserl option. The contents of each enlisted user entry can
be shown via the -suser switch. The output follows the user format
description. New user entries can be created and existing can be
modified via the -auser, -muser and -duser options to qconf(1).
Note, Sun Grid Engine allows backslashes (\) be used to escape newline
(\newline) characters. The backslash and the newline are replaced with
a space (" ") character before any interpretation.
A user entry contains four parameters:
The user name as defined for user_name in sge_types(1).
The amount of override tickets currently assigned to the user.
The current functional share of the user.
The default project of the user.
Note: Deprecated, may be removed in future release.
The wall-clock time when this user will be deleted, expressed as the
number of seconds elapsed since January 1, 1970. If set to zero, the
affected user is a permanent user. If set to one, the user currently
has active jobs. For additional information about automatically
created users, see the enforce_user and auto_user_delete_time
parameters in sge_conf(5).
sge_intro(1), sge_types(1), qconf(1). sge_conf(5).
See sge_intro(1) for a full statement of rights and permissions.