On the clusters the YCRC maintains, we map your linux user and group to your slurm user and account, which is what actually gives you permission to submit to the various partitions available on the clusters. By changing the slurm accounts associated with your user, you can modify access to partitions. As a coordinator of an account, you have permission to modify users' association with that account and modify jobs running that are associated with that account. Below are some useful example commands where we use an example user with the name "be59" where you are the coordinator of the slurm account "cryoem".
Add/Remove users from account
sacctmgr add user be59 account=cryoem # add user sacctmgr remove user where user=be59 and account=cryoem # remove user
Show account info
sacctmgr show assoc user=be59 # show user associations sacctmgr show assoc account=cryoem # show assocations for account
srun -A cryoem ... sbatch -A cryoem my_script.sh
squeue -A cryoem # by account squeue -u # by user
scancel 1234 # by job ID scancel -u be59 # kill all jobs by user scancel -u be59 --state=running # kill running jobs by user scancel -u be59 --state=pending # kill pending jobs by user scancel -A cryoem # kill all jobs in the account