If you decide you don't need to set a Supervisory Schedule for your batch processing jobs, you can clear the scheduled jobs from the Supervisory Schedule. Once the Supervisory Schedule is empty, the batch processing jobs in the Periodic and Default Schedules come into effect.
You can clear existing jobs from a Supervisory Schedule without creating any new jobs. However, when you clear a Supervisory Schedule, you clear all of the jobs that exist for that schedule.
To clear your Supervisory Schedule, simply follow Type Setsup in a Linux shell and press [Enter]. The system prompts you for the machine or machines whose Supervisory Schedule you want to modify. to Step3Decide if you want to remove the existing schedule or not. listed in Setting a Supervisory Schedule, but type y when you reach the following prompt:
WOULD YOU LIKE TO CLEAR THE SCHEDULE OF PRE-EXISTING ENTRIES? (y/n) [y]
This clears the Supervisory Schedule and displays an empty schedule, confirming that the system cleared the jobs.