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lpusers


NAME
     lpusers - set printing queue priorities

SYNOPSIS
     lpusers -d priority-level

     lpusers -q priority-level -u login-ID-list

     lpusers -u login-ID-list

     lpusers -q priority-level

     lpusers -l

DESCRIPTION
     The lpusers command  sets limits to the queue priority level
     that  can  be assigned to  jobs submitted by users of the LP
     print service.

     The first form of the command (with -d) sets the system-wide
     priority  default to priority-level, where priority-level is
     a value of 0 to 39, with 0 being the highest priority. If  a
     user  does not specify a priority level with a print request
     (see lp(1)), the default priority level is used.  Initially,
     the default priority level is 20.

     The second form of the command (with -q  and  -u)  sets  the
     default  highest  priority-level  (0-39)  that  the users in
     login-ID-list can request when submitting a  print  request.
     The  login-ID-list  argument  may include  any or all of the
     following constructs:

     login-ID                A user on any system



     system_name!login-ID    A user on the system system_name



     system_name!all         All users on system system_name



     all!login-ID            A user on all systems



     all                     All users on all systems



     Users that have been given a limit  cannot  submit  a  print
     request  with a higher priority level than the one assigned,
     nor can they change a request that has already been  submit-
     ted  to have a higher priority. Any print requests submitted
     with priority levels higher than allowed will be  given  the
     highest priority allowed.

     The third form of the command (with -u)  removes any  expli-
     cit priority level for the specified users.

     The fourth form of the command (with -q)  sets  the  default
     highest  priority level for all users not explicitly covered
     by the use of the second form of this command.

     The last form of the command (with -l)   lists  the  default
     priority level  and the priority limits assigned to users.

OPTIONS
     The following options are supported:

     -d priority-level

         Set the system-wide priority default to priority-level.



     -l

         List the default priority level and the priority  limits
         assigned to users.



     -q priority-level

         Set the default highest priority level for all users not
         explicitly covered.



     -q priority-level -u login-ID-list

         Set the default highest priority-level that the users in
         login-ID-list   can  request  when  submitting  a  print
         request.



     -u login-ID-list

         Remove any explicit priority  level  for  the  specified
         users.

EXIT STATUS
     The following exit values are returned:

     0               Successful completion.



     non-zero        An error occurred.



ATTRIBUTES
     See attributes(5) for descriptions of the  following  attri-
     butes:

     ____________________________________________________________
    |       ATTRIBUTE TYPE        |       ATTRIBUTE VALUE       |
    |_____________________________|_____________________________|
    | Availability                | SUNWpsu                     |
    |_____________________________|_____________________________|


SEE ALSO
     lp(1), attributes(5)










Man pages from Solaris 10 Update 8. See docs.sun.com and www.oracle.com for further documentation and Solaris information.
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