system chmanager - change the manager of a system
system chmanager system_name new_userid [new_groupid]
The command system chmanager changes the manager of system_name to
new_userid. The ownership of the files and directories in the system
structure is changed, and the overview file is updated with
information from the passwd file entry for the new manager.
If a new groupid is specified, that groupid is also used in the
ownership change. If no groupid is specified, the login group of the
specified userid is used.
system chmanager systemA joejohns
changes systemA to be managed by joejohns in his login group.
system chmanager BaseSystem annec basesys
changes BaseSystem to be managed by annec in group basesys.
Only the user who is listed as system manager in the overview file is
allowed to change system manager. For other users, system chmanager
will exit with an error message.
If the user who is listed as system manager in the overview file does
not have permissions to change the ownership of all files in the
system, the ownership will be changed only for those files he/she does
have permission for. For other files, error messages will be issued.
If this happens, ask the user who owns the file(s) to transfer the
ownership manually using chown.
system(1), rentree(1), chown(1), chgrp(1)