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A Summary of Scheduling Commands

The following table lists the batch processing scheduling commands and parameters that are useful for managing the batch processing schedule.

Command

Effect

Status

Displays the Schedule Status (default for all machines).

Options:

[machine]: Limits the display to specified machines (separate machine names with spaces).

[prefix]: Limits the display to machines with specified prefix.

Showdef

Displays Default schedules.

Setdef

Modifies Default schedules.

Showper

Displays Periodic schedule (for a single machine only).

Options:

[machine]: Specifies the machine whose Periodic schedule you want to display.

Setper

Sets and/or clears Periodic schedule.

Showsup

Displays Supervisory schedule (for a single machine only).

Options:

[machine]: Specifies the machine whose Supervisory schedule you want to display.

Setsup

Sets and/or clears Supervisory schedules.

Sdenv

Shuts down environments.

Suenv

Starts up environments.

start_process_starter

Starts process running on a machine (you must be logged into the machine, and should be SuperUser when running this command).

tail -options file

Displays last 10 lines of specified file (Linux).

Options:

-n: Specifies the number of lines from the file to display.

-f: Updates the display as the file changes (must use Ctrl + C or Breal key to quit).

ps

Options:

-f: Displays full listing.

-u [username]: Limits display to specified Linux user name.