Account information for individual users can be most easily accessed via the
sacctmgr command. The most common information sought for individual users includes account affiliations (i.e., the project that covers your computational costs), accessible partitions, and QOS (i.e., job time limits).
Though this information can be found by running a simple
sacctmgr show associations command, the recommended way to display this information also includes an extra
format argument for easier viewing. For example, if your UZH shortname is
myname, consider running the following code from the Cluster command line after logging in:
sacctmgr show assoc format=account,partition,user,qos user=myname
For project owners and technical contacts¶
Account information for projects/tenants can be retrieved in a similar manner. If your project/tenant name is example.project, consider running the following code from the Cluster command line after logging in:
sacctmgr show assoc format=partition,user,qos account=example.project
This command will list all users associated with the project, the partition(s) available for each user, and the default QOS (i.e., time limit) associated with the user and the particular partition.