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     NAME
	  qdel - delete	batch job

     SYNOPSIS
	  qdel [-W delay] job_identifier ...

     DESCRIPTION
	  The qdel command deletes jobs in the order in	which their
	  job identifiers are presented	to the command.	 A job is
	  deleted by sending a Delete Job batch	request	to the batch
	  server that owns the job. A job that has been	deleted	is no
	  longer subject to management by batch	services.

	  A batch job may be deleted by	its owner, the batch operator,
	  or the batch administrator.

	  A batch job being deleted by a server	will be	sent a SIGTERM
	  signal following by a	SIGKILL	signal.	 The time delay
	  between the two signals is an	attribute of the execution
	  queue	from which the job was run (settable by	the
	  administrator).  This	delay may be overridden	by the -W
	  option.

	  See the PBS ERS section 3.1.3.3, "Delete Job Request", for
	  more information.

     OPTIONS
	  -W delay	 Specify the delay between the sending of the
			 SIGTERM and SIGKILL signals.	The argument
			 delay specifies a unsigned integer number of
			 seconds.

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

     STANDARD ERROR
	  The qdel command will	write a	diagnostic messages to
	  standard error for each error	occurrence.

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

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

     SEE ALSO
	  qsub(1B)

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