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1 LPRM

Removes one or more jobs from a remote print queue. Format LPRM queue { /ALL /ENTRY=n /USER=user_name } [ /HOST=host ] [ /PRINTER=remote_printer ] 2 Parameters queue Required. Print queue with waiting jobs you want to delete. 2 Qualifiers /ALL Required, unless you specify /ENTRY or /USER. Removes all jobs for all users from the specified queue. Requires SYSPRV, OPER, or BYPASS privileges. Comparable to the UNIX command lprm -Pqueue - when performed by the root user on the UNIX system. /ENTRY /ENTRY=n Required, unless you specify /ALL or /USER. Removes the specified job. Specify only your own jobs. You can specify a list of values. /USER /USER=user Required, unless you specify /ALL or /ENTRY. Removes jobs by user name. You can specify a list of values. /HOST /HOST=host Optional. Default: host defined in the printcap file. Removes jobs by host for the host you specified in the PRINT /PARAMETERS=(HOST=host) command. /PRINTER /PRINTER=remote_printer Optional. Default: printer defined in the printcap file. Removes jobs from the remote printer you specified in the PRINT /PARAMETERS=(PRINTER=queue) command. 2 Examples 1.$ LPRM BASE_Q /ENTRY=7 Deletes your Job 7 from print queue BASE_Q. 2.$ LPRM FRONT_Q /ENTRY=(555,556,558) From queue FRONT_Q, deletes a list of entries: 555, 556, and 558.

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