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Safeguard for Sudo 2.0 - Administrators Guide

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minute

Description

Type integer READONLY

minute contains the minute the request was submitted (0-59).

Example
# display all commands run at 12:00 pm 
pmlog -c '(hour==12) && (minute==0)'
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dayname

hour

day

month

year

time

date

month

Description

Type integer READONLY

month contains the month number the request was submitted (0-11).

Example
if ( month == 11) && ( day == 25 ) 
{ 
   printf ("Happy Christmas"); 
}
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dayname

minute

hour

day

year

time

date

nice

Description

Type integer READONLY

nice contains the value of the submit user session's nice value, that controls the execution priority. (For more information, see the nice man pages.)

Example
if ( nice == 019 ) 
{ 
   printf("Warning: you have a very low scheduling priority"); 
}
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runnice

nodename

Description

Type string READONLY

nodename contains the host name of the pmrun host.

Example
printf("Client on host %s \n", nodename
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submithost

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