sxacl-useradd man page

sxacl-useradd — create a new user

Synopsis

sxacl useradd [Options] <username> sx://[profile@]cluster

Description

sxacl useradd adds a new user to a Skylable SX cluster. By default, a regular user will be created. Only cluster administrators can create new users.

Options

-h, --help
Print help and exit
--full-help
Print help, including hidden options, and exit
-V, --version
Print version and exit
-t, --role=TYPE
User type. Accepted values are "admin" and "normal" (default).
-d, --description=STRING
Set the optional description of this user.
-q, --quota=SIZE
Set total quota for all volumes owned by this user (allows K,M,G,T suffixes). The user will not be able to store more data than this limit across all of the volumes it owns.
-a, --auth-file=FILE
Store authentication key in a given file (instead of printing it).
-g, --generate-key
Automatically generate a new key based on a random data instead of a password.
-b, --batch-mode
Disable additional information and only print the automatically generated authentication key.
--force-key=KEY
By default, the authentication key is automatically generated for the new user. With this option one can force the use of an old key (obtained with sxacl-usergetkey(1)), when recreating the user on a new or another cluster. Only a key that was previously generated for the same username will be accepted.
-c, --config-dir=PATH
Path to the SX configuration directory (default: ~/.sx)
-D, --debug
Enable debug messages.

Examples

To add the user 'joe' to the cluster run:
sxacl useradd joe sx://admin@cluster

See Also

sxacl-usermod(1), sxacl-usernewkey(1), sxacl-usergetkey(1), sxacl-userlist(1), sxacl-userdel(1), sxinit(1)

Referenced By

sxacl-userdel(1), sxacl-usergetkey(1), sxacl-userlist(1), sxacl-usermod(1), sxacl-usernewkey(1).

September 2014 sxacl 2.3 Skylable SX Manual