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qrerun(1B)			      PBS			    qrerun(1B)

NAME
       qrerun -	rerun a	pbs batch job

SYNOPSIS
       qrerun [-f] job_identifier ...

DESCRIPTION
       The  qrerun  command directs that the specified jobs are	to be rerun if
       possible.

       To rerun	a job is to terminate the session leader of the	job and	return
       the  job	 to  the  queued state in the execution	queue in which the job
       currently resides.

       If a job	is marked as not rerunable then	the rerun  request  will  fail
       for  that  job.	If the mini-server running the job is down, or the re-
       jects the request, the Rerun Job	batch request will  return  a  failure
       unless -f is used.

       Using -f	violates IEEE Batch Processing Services	Std and	should be han-
       dled with great care.  It should	only be	used under exceptional circum-
       stances.	 Best practice is to fix the problem mini-server host and let-
       ting qrerun run normally.  The previous nodes may need manual cleaning.
       See the -r option on the	qsub and qalter	commands.

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

STANDARD ERROR
       The qrerun command will write a diagnostic message  to  standard	 error
       for each	error occurrence.

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

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

SEE ALSO
       qsub(1B), qalter(1B), pbs_alterjob(3B), pbs_rerunjob(3B)

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