Is there a mechanism by which multiple users can be authorized to interact with a job? As an example, on another scheduler I have worked with, there was a --run_users=userid1:userid2:…:useridN option on qsub. That enabled any user in the list to hold, alter, delete, etc the job. The reason for this is that we occasionally have projects that run “campaigns” 24x7 and they rotate people on shifts to monitor and make necessary fixes / adjustments to the jobs, so they want anyone on the list to be able to control the jobs. I went through the doc and did not see anything. I thought -u might do it, but that appears to be to map different usernames on different systems to the same person. Did I miss something? Any ideas for a different way to address such a situation?