The ``priority limit'' is the highest priority level a user can assign to a job submitted to the print service with lp(1). See ``Setting the priority level for a print job''.
To set the priority limit for a particular user, enter:
/usr/sbin/lpusers -q priority_level -u username
The priority_level is a number between 0 (highest) and 39 (lowest).
To set the priority limit for a group of users, list their names after the -u option, separated by commas or spaces (enclose the list in quotes if you use a space).
For example, to set the priority limit for steve
and naomi to 10, enter:
/usr/sbin/lpusers -q 10 -u "steve naomi"
The ``default priority limit'' is the limit for all users who have not been assigned a personal limit.
To set the default priority limit, enter:
/usr/sbin/lpusers -d priority_level
For example, if you set the default priority limit to 30 and then list the priority limit values with /usr/sbin/lpusers -l, you see:
Default priority: 20 Priority limit for users not listed below: 30 Priority Users 10 steve,naomiTo remove the individual priority limit for a user (and return the priority limit to the default for that user), enter:
If you do not set a default priority limit, users without personal limits are limited to priorities between 20 and 39.