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       /usr/sbin/csajrep [-s file] [-b] [-c] [-h] [-q] [-t] [-w] [-x] [-A] [-B] [-F] [-J] [-L] [-S] [-T] [-Z]

       /usr/sbin/csajrep [-s file] [-j jid] [-p prid] [-r reqid] [-u uid] [-b] [-c] [-e] [-h] [-q] [-t] [-w] [-x] [-A] [-B] [-J] [-L] [-S] [-T] [-V] [-Z]

       /usr/sbin/csajrep [-s file] [-A]


       The  csajrep command reports job accounting information from the sorted
       pacct file, which is created by the csabuild(8) command.

       The csajrep command accepts  the  following  three  types  of  options:
       input, selection, and printing.  If you omit the options, input is read
       from /var/csa/work/spacct and all records from each completed  job  are
       reported.   You  can select a subset of jobs by specifying the user ID,
       project ID (deferred), job ID, or workload management request  ID,  for
       which you seek accounting information.

   Input Options
       The  following  option  specifies  an input file for the job accounting

       -s file   Specifies the name  of  the  sorted  pacct  file  created  by
                 csabuild(8).  The default file is /var/csa/work/spacct.

   Selection Options
       By  default,  the  -j, -p, and -u selection options report entire jobs.
       The -e option limits the report to records  that  match  the  selection
       criteria.   The -e option must be used with at least one of the follow-
       ing options: -j, -p, or -u.  You cannot specify the -F option in combi-
       nation with any of the following options: -j, -p, or -u.

       Otherwise, the csajrep command accepts the following selection options:

       -e        Selects only the records that meet the selection criteria  as
                 defined by the -j, -p, and -u options.  The -e option must be
                 used with at least one of these four  options.   By  default,
                 csajrep  outputs all of the records from jobs that contain at
                 least one record that meets the selection criteria.

       -j jid    Specifies a (numeric) job ID.  The job ID must  be  specified
                 in hexadecimal.  The "0x" prefix or "0X" prefix are optional.

       -p projid Specifies a numeric project ID or project name. (deferred)

       -r reqid  Specifies a workload management request ID.

       -u uid    Specifies a numeric user ID or a user login name.

       -F        By default, -F displays all records for completed jobs.  This
                 option  cannot be used with any of the following options: -e,
                 -j, -p, and -u.  When -F is used  with  the  -A  option,  all
                 records  for  both  active  and  completed jobs are reported.
                 When -F is used with the -Z option, all records are  reported
                 except those with a job ID (jid) of 0.

       -h        Suppresses report headings.

       -q        For workload management records, reports the queue wait  time
                 and queue type.

       -t        Prints summary information.

       -w        Reports  the  CPU,  block I/O, and swap in delays, along with
                 high-water core memory usage  value  and  high-water  virtual
                 memory usage value.

       -x        Reports  the number of k-characters read and written, and the
                 number of read and write system calls.  The read and  written
                 values are printed separately.

       -A        Reports  both  active  and  completed jobs.  By default, only
                 completed jobs are reported.

       -B        Reports process and job starting times.

       -J        Reports job ID.

       -L        Puts form feeds at the end of each job.

       -S        Reports the array session handle. (deferred)

       -T        Prints only summary information for each job.

       -V        Reports page swaps, minor and major faults.


       A job may contain multiple user IDs and project IDs (deferred), because
       the user may have executed a command such as su(1).

       When  the -u option is used without the -e option, all records for jobs
       containing at least one accounting record for the  specified  user  are

       For  example,  if  user1 executes the command rsh sgi who from a remote
       host, then the command /usr/sbin/csajrep -u user1 -JBc -s spacct  would
       produce output similar to:

       JOB          PROJECT  LOGIN    COMMAND         START         USER-TIM SYS-TIM
       ID           NAME     NAME     NAME            TIME          [SECS]   [SECS]
       ============= ======== ======== ======== ==================== ======== ========
              0x146 Xydev    user1    who      Jan  7 13:28:02 2000    0.004    0.008
              0x146 System   root     rshd     Jan  7 13:28:02 2000    0.004    0.014

       The  rshd(8) command was executed by root on behalf of user user1; thus
       it is reported by the csajrep -u option.

       When used with -u,  the  -e  option  suppresses  the  printing  of  all
       accounting records which are not for the specified user.  In the previ-
       ous example, the command /usr/sbin/csajrep -eu  user1  -JBc  -s  spacct
       would produce output similar to:
       that user jdoe executed.  The list includes job  ID,  start  time,  and
       both terminated and nonterminated jobs in the output:

            csajrep -u jdoe -ABJ


       csabuild(8), csarun(8).


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