qsig Manual Page

	  qsig - signal	batch job

	  qsig [-s signal] job_identifier ...

	  The qsig command requests that a signal be sent to executing
	  batch	jobs.  The signal is sent to the session leader	of the

	  If the -s option is not specified, `SIGTERM' is sent.	 The
	  request to signal a batch job	will be	rejected if:

	  -    The user	is not authorized to signal the	job.

	  -    The job is not in the running state.

	  -    The requested signal is not supported by	the system
	       upon which the job is executing.

	  The qsig command sends a Signal Job batch request to the
	  server which owns the	job.

	  -s signal	 Declares which	signal is sent to the job.

			 The signal argument is	either a signal	name,
			 e.g.  SIGKILL,	the signal name	without	the
			 SIG prefix, e.g. KILL,	or a unsigned signal
			 number, e.g. 9.  The signal name SIGNULL is
			 allowed; the server will send the signal 0 to
			 the job which will have no effect.  Not all
			 signal	names will be recognized by qsig. If
			 it doesn't recognize the signal name, try
			 issuing the signal number instead.

			 For Unicos on Cray systems only, two special
			 signal	names, "suspend" and "resume", are
			 used to suspend and resume jobs.  When
			 suspended, a job continues to occupy system
			 resources but is not executing	and is not
			 charged for walltime.	 Manager or operator
			 privilege is required to suspend or resume a

	  The qsig command accepts one or more job_identifier operands
	  of the form:	sequence_number[.server_name][@server]

	  The qsig command will	write a	diagnostic messages to
	  standard error for each error	occurrence.

	  Upon successful processing of	all the	operands presented to
	  the qsig command, the	exit status will be a value of zero.

	  If the qsig command fails to process any operand, the
	  command exits	with a value greater than zero.

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