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qmove Manual Page

     NAME
	  qmove	- move a batch job

     SYNOPSIS
	  qmove	destination job_identifier ...

     DESCRIPTION
	  To move a job	is to remove the job from the queue in which
	  it resides and instantiate the job in	another	queue. The
	  qmove	command	issues a Move Job batch	request	to the batch
	  server that currently	owns each job specified	by
	  job_identifier.

	  A job	in the running state cannot be moved by	the user.

     OPERANDS
	  The first operand is the new destinationfor
	      queue
	      @server
	      queue@server
	  See the PBS ERS section , "Destination Identifiers".

	  If the destination operand describes only a queue, then
	  qmove	will move jobs into the	queue of the specified name at
	  the job's current server.

	  If the destination operand describes only a batch server,
	  then qmove will move jobs into the default queue at that
	  batch	server.

	  If the destination operand describes both a queue and a batch
	  server, then qmove will move the jobs into the specified queue
	  at the specified server.

	  All following	operands are job_identifiers which specify the
	  jobs to be moved to the new destination.  The	qmove command
	  accepts one or more job_identifier operands of the form:
	      sequence_number[.server_name][@server]

     STANDARD ERROR
	  The qmove 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 qmove	command, the exit status will be a value of
	  zero.

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


     SEE ALSO
	  qsub(1B)

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