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Print information about the specified user(s).


  • drush user:information someguy,somegal. Display information about the someguy and somegal user accounts.
  • drush user:information Display information for a given email account.
  • drush user:information --uid=5. Display information for a given user id.
  • drush uinf --uid=$(drush sqlq "SELECT GROUP_CONCAT(entity_id) FROM user__roles WHERE roles_target_id = 'administrator'"). Display information for all administrators.


  • [names]. A comma delimited list of user names.


  • --format[=FORMAT]. Format the result data. Available formats: csv,json,list,null,php,print-r,sections,string,table,tsv,var_dump,var_export,xml,yaml [default: table]
  • --uid=UID. A comma delimited list of user ids to lookup (an alternative to names).
  • --mail=MAIL. A comma delimited list of emails to lookup (an alternative to names).
  • --fields=FIELDS. Available fields: User ID (uid), User name (name), Password (pass), User mail (mail), User theme (theme), Signature (signature), Signature format (signature_format), User created (user_created), Created (created), User last access (user_access), Last access (access), User last login (user_login), Last login (login), User status (user_status), Status (status), Time zone (timezone), User picture (picture), Initial user mail (init), User roles (roles), Group Audience (group_audience), Language code (langcode), Uuid (uuid) [default: uid,name,mail,roles,user_status]
  • --field=FIELD. Select just one field, and force format to string.
  • --filter[=FILTER]. Filter output based on provided expression

Global Options

  • -v|vv|vvv, --verbose. Increase the verbosity of messages: 1 for normal output, 2 for more verbose output and 3 for debug
  • -y, --yes. Auto-accept the default for all user prompts. Equivalent to --no-interaction.
  • -l, --uri=URI. A base URL for building links and selecting a multi-site. Defaults to https://default.
  • To see all global options, run drush topic and pick the first choice.



  • uinf
  • user-information


  • An argument or option with square brackets is optional.
  • Any default value is listed at end of arg/option description.
  • An ellipsis indicates that an argument accepts multiple values separated by a space.