[slurm-users] Update users partitions
ahmet.mercan at uhem.itu.edu.tr
Fri Aug 21 21:12:50 UTC 2020
After I try to create a user again (without deleting the user), You can
modify (create actually) the user using:
sacctmgr create user name=foo Defaultaccount=xyz set
This command create 3 different associations, if there arn't already.
You can see result using:
sacctmgr show assoc where user=foo
21.08.2020 23:51 tarihinde mercan yazdı:
> I think You can not update user's partition:
> It is a part of the assosiation and it can be set at creating user as
> an option:
> 'Accounting records are maintained based upon what we refer to as
> an Association, which consists of four elements: cluster, account,
> user names and an optional partition name. Use the sacctmgr command to
> create and manage these records.'
> 'Associations can also be created that are tied to specific
> partitions. When using the "add user" command of sacctmgr you can
> include the Partition=<PartitionName> option to create an association
> that is unique to other associations with the same Account and User.'
> But you can delete and recreate user.
> Ahmet M.
> 21.08.2020 22:38 tarihinde Matthew BETTINGER yazdı:
>> Maybe it's Friday but I cannot for the life of me figure out how to
>> update a user's partitions.
>> Just trying to add a user access to another partition.
>> sacctmgr modify user where name=foo set partition=par1,par2,par3
>> Use keyword 'where' to modify condition
>> Tried pretty much all the permutations of this but not the correct
>> one. These sacctmgr commands are pretty tricky if you do not use
>> them all of the time.
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