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qstart(8B)			      PBS			    qstart(8B)

NAME
       qstart -	start pbs batch	job processing at a destination

SYNOPSIS
       qstart destination ...

DESCRIPTION
       The  qstart  command  directs  that  a destination should process batch
       jobs.  If the destination is an execution queue,	the server will	 begin
       to schedule jobs	that reside in the queue for execution.	 If the	desti-
       nation is a routing queue, the server will begin	 to  route  jobs  from
       that queue.

       In order	to execute qstart, the user must have PBS Operation or Manager
       privilege.

OPERANDS
       The qstart command accepts one or more destination operands.  The oper-
       ands are	one of three forms:
	    queue
	    @server
	    queue@server
       If  queue  is  specified, the request is	to start that queue at the de-
       fault server.  If the @server form is given, the	request	 is  to	 start
       all   queues  at	 that  server.	 If  a	full  destination  identifier,
       queue@server, is	given, the request is to start the named queue at  the
       named server.

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

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

SEE ALSO
       pbs_server(8B), qstop(8B), and qmgr(1B)

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