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/usr/sbin/csacon [-A] [-D level] [-g] [-j] [-p] [-u] [-s sorted pacct
The csacon command condenses records from the sorted pacct file and
writes consolidated records in cacct format to stdout. You can use the
csacrep(8) command to generate ASCII reports from the consolidated
file. csacon accepts two types of options: consolidation and input
The csacon command accepts the following consolidation options. You
can specify multiple consolidation options. If you do not specify any
consolidation options, the default is to use -pu.
-A Consolidates all jobs, including those that have not completed.
By default, only jobs that have completed are consolidated.
Sets the debugging level. Level 1 is slightly verbose; level 6
is very verbose. Debug output is written to standard error.
By default, debugging is turned off.
-g Consolidates sorted pacct records by using the group ID as a
key. Because not all records have a group ID, you must use
this option with at least one of the following consolidation
options: -p, -j, or -u.
-j Consolidates sorted pacct records by using the job ID as a key.
-p Consolidates sorted pacct records by using the project ID as a
-u Consolidates sorted pacct records by using the user ID.
The csacon command accepts the following input option:
-s sorted pacct file
Specifies the name of the the sorted pacct file, which is the
input file. csabuild(8) created the file.
The following example consolidates all records in the sorted pacct
file. The sorted pacct records are condensed by the two-tuple job ID
and user ID. Output is written to the cacct file.
csacon -j -u -s sorted pacct file > cacct
csaaddc(8), csabuild(8), csacrep(8).
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