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diagnose -R (diagnose resource managers)


Overview:

   The 'diagnose -R' command is used to present information about resource manager state maintained by Maui.  The information presented includes user name, UID, scheduling priority, default job flags, default QOS level, List of accessible QOS levels, and list of accessible partitions.

Usage:

    diagnose -u [<USERNAME>]

Example:

>  diagnose -u

Diagnosing Users
        Name   UID Priority        Flags   DefaultQOS      QOSList        PartitionList

    jacksond   160     2223       [NONE]            4        31:63               [NONE]
       steve   345        0       [NONE]           -1       [NONE]               [NONE]
         tom   346        0       [NONE]           -1       [NONE]               [NONE]
       susam   347        0       [NONE]           -1       [NONE]               [NONE]
    studnt01   351       10       [NONE]           -1       [NONE]               [NONE]
    studnt04   354       10       [NONE]           -1       [NONE]               [NONE]
    studnt05   355       10       [NONE]           -1       [NONE]               [NONE]

    Note that only users with have jobs which are currently queued or have been queued since Maui was most recently started are listed.  For user statistics, see the showstats command. [an error occurred while processing this directive] [an error occurred while processing this directive]