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Describes a user or NETCONF client application that is logged in to the configuration database. For simplicity, the Contents section uses the term user to refer to both human users and client applications, except where the information differs for the two.



Indicate that the user has scheduled a commit operation for a later time.


Specify the user’s current location in the configuration hierarchy, in the form of the CLI configuration mode banner.


Indicate that the user or application has an exclusive lock on the configuration database. A user enters exclusive configuration mode by issuing the configure exclusive command in CLI operational mode. A client application obtains the lock by emitting the <lock-configuration/> tag element.


Specify how much time has passed since the user last performed an operation in the database.


Specify the process ID of the Junos OS management process (mgd) that is handling the user’s login session.


Specify the time when the user logged in to the configuration database, in the format YYYY-MM-DD hh:mm:ss TZ (year, month, date, hour in 24-hour format, minute, second, time zone).


Identify the UNIX terminal assigned to the user’s connection.


Specify the Junos OS login ID of the user whose login to the configuration database caused the error.

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Release Information

This is a Junos XML management protocol response tag. It is a Juniper Networks proprietary extension to NETCONF and is identified in the capabilities exchange by the URI This operation is only supported in NETCONF sessions on Juniper Networks devices running Junos OS.