Displays the BNU job queue and deletes specified jobs from the queue.
uuq [ -l | -h ] [ -sSystemName ] [ -uUser ] [ -dJobNumber ] [ -rSpoolDir ] [ -bBaudRate ]
Note: Only a user with root authority can use the -d flag.
The uuq command is used to list or delete job entries in the Basic Networking Utilities (BNU) job queue.
When listing jobs, the uuq command uses a format similar to that used by the ls command. In the default format, the uuq command lists only the job numbers of the jobs waiting in the queue, followed by a summary line for each system.
In summary format (uuq -h) only the summary lines are listed. Summary lines give:
In the long format (uuq -l), which can be quite slow, the information listed for each job is:
|S||Sending a file|
|R||Receiving a file|
|X||Executing a command on the remote system|
A user with root authority can use the -dJobNumber flag to delete jobs from the queue after running a uuq listing to discover the job numbers.
|-bBaudRate||Uses the baud rate given, instead of the default (1200 baud), to compute the transfer time.|
|-d JobNumber||Deletes the job designated by the JobNumber variable from the BNU queue. Only someone with root authority can delete jobs from the queue.|
|-h||Shows only the summary lines for each system.|
|-l||Lists the output in the long format.|
|-sSystemName||Lists only jobs for systems whose system names begin with the string specified in the SystemName variable.|
|-r SpoolDir||Searches for files in the spooling directory designated by the SpoolDir variable, instead of in the default spooling directory.|
|-uUser||Lists only jobs queued by users whose login names begin with the string specified in the User variable.|
uuq -l -shera
uuq -l -unitaThis produces a list of jobs spooled for user nita . Find the job you wish to remove. If its job number is 13451 , for example, the following command will delete the job:
Note: You must have root authority or be logged in as uucp to delete jobs from the queue.
|/usr/bin/uuq||Contains the uuq command.|
|Contains spool files for the remote system designated by SystemName.|
|Contain instructions for file transfers.|
|Contain information about data files to be transferred.|
|Contain instructions for executing remote commands.|
The uucp command, uux command, uulog command, uusnap command.
Understanding the BNU Daemons, Using BNU Maintenance Commands in AIX Version 4.3 System Management Guide: Communications and Networks.