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       user - 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 Grid Engine system  is  required
       if 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 listed user entry can be shown via  the  -suser  switch.  The
       output  follows the user format description. New user entries can be created, and existing
       ones can be modified, via the -auser, -muser and -duser options to qconf(1).

       Note, Grid Engine allows backslashes  (\)  be  used  to  escape  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 in the format for user_name in sge_types(5).

       The number 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_intro(1), sge_types(1), qconf(1).  sge_conf(5).


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