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xpbs(1B)			      PBS			      xpbs(1B)

NAME
       xpbs - GUI front	end to PBS commands

SYNOPSIS
       xpbs [-admin]

DESCRIPTION
       The  xpbs command provides a user-friendly point-and-click interface to
       PBS commands. Please see	the sections below for a tour  and  tutorials.
       Also,  within  every dialog box,	a Help button can be found for assist-
       ance.

OPTIONS
       -admin  A mode where additional buttons are made	available  for	termi-
	       nating	 PBS   servers,	  starting/stopping/disabling/enabling
	       queues, and running/rerunning jobs.

GETTING	STARTED
       Running xpbs will initialize  the  X  resource  database	 from  various
       sources in the following	order:

       1.     The  RESOURCE_MANAGER  property  on the root window (updated via
	      xrdb) with settings usually defined in the .Xdefaults file

       2.     Preference settings defined by the system	administrator  in  the
	      global xpbsrc file

       3.     User's  ~/.xpbsrc	 file  - this file defines various X resources
	      like fonts, colors, list of PBS hosts  to	 query,	 criteria  for
	      listing  queues  and  jobs, and various view states. See PREFER-
	      ENCES section below for a	list of	resources that can be set.

RUNNING	XPBS
       To run xpbs as a	regular, non-privileged	user, type:

		 setenv	DISPLAY	<display_host>:0
		 xpbs

       To run xpbs with	the additional purpose	of  terminating	 PBS  servers,
       stopping	and starting queues, or	running/rerunning jobs,	then run:

		 xpbs -admin

       NOTE: Be	sure to	appropriately set ~/.rhosts file if you're planning to
       submit jobs to some remote server, and expecting	output files to	be re-
       turned to the local host	(where xpbs was	run).  Usually,	adding the PBS
       hostname	running	the server to your .rhosts file	 locally,  and	adding
       the  name  of  the  local  machine  to the .rhosts file at remote host,
       should be sufficient.

       Also, be	sure that the PBS client commands are in the default PATH  be-
       cause xpbs will call these commands.

THE XPBS DISPLAY
       This  section  describes	 the  main parts of the	xpbs display. The main
       window is composed of 5 distinct	areas (subwindows) arranged vertically
       (one on top of another) in the following	order:
		 1) Menu
		 2) Hosts
		 3) Queues
		 4) Jobs
		 5) Info

       Menu. The Menu area is composed of a row	of command buttons that	signal
       some action with	a click	of the left mouse button. The buttons are:

	      Manual Update	     to	 update	 the  information  on	hosts,
				     queues, and jobs.

	      Auto Update	     same  as Manual Update except updating is
				     done automatically	every <some specified>
				     number of minutes.

	      Track Job		     for  periodically	checking  for returned
				     output files of jobs.

	      Preferences	     for setting certain  parameters  such  as
				     the list of server	host(s)	to query.

	      Help		     contains some help	information.

	      About		     tells  of the author and who to send com-
				     ments, bugs, suggestions to.

	      Close		     for exiting xpbs plus saving the  current
				     setup   information   (if	 anything  had
				     changed)  in  the	user's	 $HOME/.xpbsrc
				     file.  Information	 saved include the se-
				     lected  host(s),  queue(s),  job(s),  the
				     different jobs listing criteria, the view
				     states (i.e.  minimized/maximized)	of the
				     Hosts,  Queues,  Jobs, and	INFO  regions,
				     and anything in the Preferences section.

       Hosts. The Hosts	area is	composed of a leading horizontal HOSTS bar,  a
       listbox,	 and  a	set of command buttons.	The HOSTS bar contains a mini-
       mize/maximize button, identified	by a dot or a rectangular  image,  for
       displaying or iconizing the Hosts region. The listbox displays informa-
       tion about favorite server host(s), and each entry is meant to  be  se-
       lected via a single left	mouse button click, shift key +	mouse button 1
       click for contiguous selection, or cntrl	key + mouse button 1 click for
       non-contiguous  selection. The command buttons represent	actions	on se-
       lected host(s), and commonly found buttons are:

	      detail	 for obtaining	detailed  information  about  selected
			 server	 host(s).   This  functionality	 can  also  be
			 achieved by double clicking on	an entry in the	 Hosts
			 listbox.

	      Submit	 for  submitting a job to any of the queues managed by
			 the selected host(s).

	      terminate	 for terminating  PBS  servers	on  selected  host(s).
			 (-admin only)

       The  server hosts can be	chosen by specifying in	the ~/.xpbsrc file (or
       .Xdefaults) the resource:

	      *serverHosts:  hostname1 hostname2 ...

       Another way of specifying the host is to	click on the Preferences  but-
       ton  in	the  Menu region, and manipulate the server Hosts entry	widget
       from the	preferences dialog box.

       Queues. The Queues area is composed of a	leading	horizontal QUEUES bar,
       a listbox, and a	set of command buttons.	The QUEUES bar lists the hosts
       that are	consulted when listing queues; the bar also contains  a	 mini-
       mize/maximize button for	displaying or iconizing	the Queues region. The
       listbox displays	information about queues managed by the	server host(s)
       selected	 from the Hosts	listbox; each listbox entry is meant to	be se-
       lected (highlighted) via	a single left mouse button click, shift	key  +
       mouse  button  1	 click	for contiguous selection, or cntrl key + mouse
       button 1	click for non-contiguous selection. The	command	buttons	repre-
       sent  actions  for  operating  on selected queue(s), and	commonly found
       buttons are:

	      detail   for  obtaining  detailed	 information  about   selected
		       queue(s).   This	 functionality can also	be achieved by
		       double clicking on a Queues listbox entry.

	      stop     for stopping the	selected queue(s). (-admin only)

	      start    for starting the	selected queue(s). (-admin only)

	      disable  for disabling the selected queue(s). (-admin only)

	      enable   for enabling the	selected queue(s). (-admin only)

       Jobs. The Jobs area is composed of a leading  horizontal	 JOBS  bar,  a
       listbox,	 and  a	 set of	command	buttons. The JOBS bar lists the	queues
       that are	consulted when listing jobs; the bar  also  contains  a	 mini-
       mize/maximize  button  for displaying or	iconizing the Jobs region. The
       listbox displays	information about jobs that are	found in the  queue(s)
       selected	from the Queues	listbox; each listbox entry is meant to	be se-
       lected (highlighted) via	a single left mouse button click, shift	key  +
       mouse  button  1	 click	for contiguous selection, or cntrl key + mouse
       button 1	click for non-contiguous selection. The	region just above  the
       Jobs  listbox  shows  a	collection of command buttons whose labels de-
       scribe criteria used for	filtering the Jobs listbox contents. The  list
       of  jobs	 can  be selected according to the owner of jobs (Owners), job
       state (Job_States), name	of the job (Job_Name), type of hold placed  on
       the  job	 (Hold_Types),	the  account name associated with the job (Ac-
       count_Name), checkpoint attribute (Checkpoint), time the	job is	eligi-
       ble for queueing/execution (Queue_Time),	resources requested by the job
       (Resources), priority attached to the job (Priority),  and  whether  or
       not  the	 job is	rerunnable (Rerunnable). The selection criteria	can be
       modified	by clicking on any of the appropriate command buttons to bring
       up  a  selection	box. The criteria command buttons are accompanied by a
       Select Jobs button, which when clicked, will update the contents	of the
       Jobs  listbox  based  on	 the  new  selection criteria. Please see qse-
       lect(1B)	for more details on how	the jobs are filtered.

       Finally,	to the right of	the listbox, the Jobs region is	accompanied by
       the following command buttons, for operating on selected	job(s):

	      detail   for   obtaining	detailed  information  about  selected
		       job(s).	This functionality can	also  be  achieved  by
		       double clicking on a Jobs listbox entry.

	      modify   for modifying attributes	of the selected	job(s).

	      delete   for deleting the	selected job(s).

	      hold     for placing some	type of	hold on	selected job(s).

	      release  for releasing held job(s).

	      signal   for  sending  signals  to selected job(s) that are run-
		       ning.

	      msg      for writing a message string into the output streams of
		       the selected job(s).

	      move     for moving selected job(s) into some specified destina-
		       tion queue.

	      order    for exchanging order of two selected jobs in a queue.

	      run      for running selected job(s). (-admin only)

	      rerun    for requeueing selected job(s) that are running.	 (-ad-
		       min only)

       Info.  The  Info	 Area  shows the progress of the commands' executed by
       xpbs. Look into this box	for errors. The	INFO bar also contains a mini-
       mize/maximize button for	displaying or iconizing	the Info region.

WIDGETS	USED IN	XPBS
       Some  of	 the widgets used in xpbs and how they are manipulated are de-
       scribed in the following:

       1. listbox - can	be multi-selectable (a number of entries  can  be  se-
	  lected/highlighted  using  a	mouse click) or	single-selectable (one
	  entry	can be highlighted at a	time). For a multi-selectable listbox,
	  the following	operations are allowed:

	  a. single click with mouse button 1 to select/highlight an entry.

	  b. shift  key	 + mouse button	1 to contiguously select more than one
	     entry.

	  c. cntrl key + mouse button 1	to non-contiguously select  more  than
	     one  entry.   NOTE:  For  systems running Tk < 4.0, the newly se-
	     lected item is reshuffled to  appear  next	 to  already  selected
	     items.

	  d. click the Select All/Deselect All button to select	all entries or
	     deselect all entries at once.

	  e. double clicking an	entry usually activates	some action that  uses
	     the selected entry	as a parameter.

       2. scrollbar  -	usually	 appears either	vertically or horizontally and
	  contains 5 distinct areas that are mouse clicked to achieve  differ-
	  ent effects:

	  top arrow	Causes	the  view in the associated widget to shift up
			by one unit (i.e. the object appears to	move down  one
			unit  in  its  window).	If the button is held down the
			action will auto-repeat.

	  top gap	Causes the view	in the associated window to  shift  up
			by  one	 less  than  the number	of units in the	window
			(i.e. the portion of the object	that used to appear at
			the  very  top	of the window will  now	 appear	at the
			very bottom).  If the button is	held down  the	action
			will auto-repeat.

	  slider	Pressing  button  1 in this area has  no immediate ef-
			fect except to	cause the  slider  to  appear	sunken
			rather	than  raised.	However, if the	mouse is moved
			with the  button  down	 then	the  slider  will   be
			dragged, adjusting the view as the mouse is moved.

	  bottom gap	Causes the view	in the associated window to shift down
			by one less  than the number of	units  in  the	window
			(i.e.	the portion of	the  object  that  used	to ap-
			pear at	the very bottom	of the window will  now	appear
			at  the	very top).  If the button is held down the ac-
			tion  will auto-repeat.

	  bottom arrow	Causes the view	in the associated window to shift down
			by  one	 unit  (i.e. the object	appears	to move	up one
			unit in	its window). If	the button is  held  down  the
			action will auto-repeat.

       3. entry	 -  brought  into focus	with a click of	the left mouse button.
	  To manipulate	this widget, simply type in the	text value. Use	of ar-
	  row keys, mouse selection of text for	deletion or overwrite, copying
	  and pasting with sole	use of mouse buttons are permitted.  This wid-
	  get  is usually accompanied by a scrollbar for horizontally scanning
	  a long text entry string.

       4. matrix of entry boxes	- usually shown	as several rows	of entry  wid-
	  gets where a number of entries (called fields) can be	found per row.
	  The matrix is	 accompanied  by  up/down  arrow  buttons  for	paging
	  through  the rows of data, and each group of fields gets one scroll-
	  bar for horizontally scanning	long entry strings.  Moving from field
	  to  field can	be done	using the <Tab>, <Cntrl-f>, or <Cntrl-b> (move
	  backwards) keys.

       5. spinbox - a combination of an	entry widget and a horizontal  scroll-
	  bar.	 The  entry  widget will only accept values that fall within a
	  defined list of valid	values,	and  incrementing  through  the	 valid
	  values is done by clicking on	the up/down arrows.

       6. button  -  a	rectangular  region appearing either raised or pressed
	  that invokes an action when clicked  with  the  left	mouse  button.
	  When	the button appears pressed, then hitting the <RETURN> key will
	  automatically	select the button.

       7. text - an editor like	widget.	This widget is brought into focus with
	  a  click of the left mouse button. To	manipulate this	widget,	simply
	  type in the text. Use	of arrow keys, backspace/delete	key, mouse se-
	  lection  of text for deletion	or overwrite, copying and pasting with
	  sole use of mouse buttons are	permitted. This	widget is usually  ac-
	  companied by a scrollbar for vertically scanning a long entry.

SUBMITTING JOBS
       Submitting  a  PBS job requires only to manipulate the widgets found in
       the Submit window.  The submit dialog box is composed of	4 distinct re-
       gions:

	  1) Job Script
	  2) OPTIONS
	  3) OTHER OPTIONS
	  4) Command Buttons

       The  Job	 Script	 file  region is at the	upper left, the	OPTIONS	region
       containing various widgets for setting job attributes is	scattered  all
       over  the  dialog  box, the OTHER OPTIONS is located just below the Job
       Script file region, and Command Buttons region is at the	bottom.

       The job script region is	composed of a header box, the text  box,  FILE
       entry  box, and a couple	of buttons labeled load	and save.  If you have
       a script	file containing	PBS options and	executable  lines,  then  type
       the  name of the	file on	the FILE entry box, and	then click on the load
       button. The various widgets in the Submit window	will get  loaded  with
       values  found in	the script file. The script file text box will only be
       loaded with executable lines (non-PBS) found in	the  script.  The  job
       script  header box has a	Prefix entry box that can be modified to spec-
       ify the PBS directive to	look for when parsing a	script	file  for  PBS
       options.	 If you	don't have a script file, you can start	typing the ex-
       ecutable	lines of the job in the	file text box.

       To submit a job,	perform	the following steps:

	      1. Select	a host from the	HOSTS listbox in the  main  xpbs  dis-
		 play.

	      2. Click on the Submit button located in the Menu	bar.

	      3. Specify  the  script  file containing the job execution lines
		 and job property values, or  simply  type  in	the  execution
		 lines in the FILE textbox.

	      4. Start	manipulating the various widgets in the	Submit window.
		 Particularly, pay close attention to the Destination listbox.
		 This  box lists all the queues	found in the host that you se-
		 lected. A special entry called	"@host"	refers to the  default
		 queue	at host. Select	appropriately the destination queue of
		 the job.  More	options	can be found by	clicking the OTHER OP-
		 TIONS buttons.

	      5. At  the  bottom  of  the Submit window, click confirm submit.
		 You can also click on interactive to  run  the	 job  interac-
		 tively.   Running a job interactively will open an xterm win-
		 dow to	your display host containing the session.

		 NOTE: The script FILE entry box is accompanied	by a save but-
		 ton  that  you	click to save the current widget values	to the
		 specified file	in a form that can later be read by xpbs or by
		 the qsub command.

MODIFYING ATTRIBUTES OF	JOBS
       Modifying  a  PBS  job requires only to manipulate the widgets found in
       the Modify window. To modify a job or jobs, do the following steps:

	      1. Select	one or more jobs from the JOBS	listbox	 in  the  main
		 xpbs display.

	      2. Click	on the modify button located to	the right of the list-
		 box.

	      3. The Modify window is structured similarly to the Submit  win-
		 dow.  Simply manipulate the widgets to	specify	replacement or
		 additional values of job attributes.

	      4. Click on the confirm modify button located at the  bottom  of
		 the dialog box.

DELETING JOBS
       Deleting	a PBS job requires only	to manipulate the widgets found	in the
       Delete window. To delete	a job or jobs, do the following	steps:

	      1. Select	one or more jobs from the JOBS	listbox	 in  the  main
		 xpbs display.

	      2. Click	on the delete button located to	the right of the list-
		 box.

	      3. Manipulate the	spinbox	widget to set the  kill	 delay	signal
		 interval.

	      4. Click	on the delete button located at	the bottom of the dia-
		 log box.

TRACKING RETURNED OUTPUT FILES
       If you want to be informed of returned output files  of	current	 jobs,
       and be able to quickly see the contents of those	files, then enable the
       "track job" feature as follows:

	      1.     Submit all	the jobs that you want monitored.

	      2.     Click on the Track	Job button located in the Menu bar  to
		     bring up the Track	Job dialog box.

	      3.     Specify the list of user names, whose jobs	are to be mon-
		     itored for	returned output	files, in the  matrix  located
		     at	the upper left of the dialog box.

	      4.     Manipulate	 the  minutes  spinbox,	located	just below the
		     user names	matrix,	to specify  the	 interval  value  when
		     output files will be periodically checked.

	      5.     Specify the location of job output	files (whether locally
		     or	remotely) by clicking on one of	the radio buttons  lo-
		     cated  at the upper right of the dialog box. Returned lo-
		     cally means the output files will be returned back	to the
		     host where	xpbs was run. If the output files are returned
		     to	some remote host, then xpbs will execute an
			RSH <remote_host> test -f <output_files>
		     to	test the existence of the files. RSH is	 whatever  you
		     set  the remote shell command to in the corresponding en-
		     try box.

		     NOTE: Be sure the files  are  accessible  from  the  host
		     where xpbs	was run	(i.e. .rhosts appropriately set).

	      6.     Click  start/reset	 tracking button located at the	bottom
		     of	the dialog box to:

		     - cancel any previous tracking

		     - build a new list	of jobs	to be monitored	 for  returned
		       output files based on currently queued jobs.

		     - start periodic tracking.

	      7.     Click on close window button.

       When  an	output file for	a job being monitored is found,	then the Track
       Job button (the one that	originally invoked the Track Job  dialog  box)
       will turn into a	different color, and the Jobs Found Completed listbox,
       located in the Track Job	dialog box, is then  loaded  with  the	corre-
       sponding	 job  id(s). Then double click on a job	id to see the contents
       of the output file and the error	file.  Click stop tracking if you want
       to cancel tracking.

LEAVING	XPBS
       Click  on  the  Close button located in the Menu	bar to leave xpbs.  If
       anything	had changed, it	will bring up a	dialog box asking for  a  con-
       firmation  in  regards to saving	state information like the view	states
       (minimize/maximize) of the HOSTS, QUEUES, JOBS,	and  INFO  subwindows,
       and  various  criteria  for listing queues and jobs. The	information is
       saved in	~/.xpbsrc file.

PREFERENCES
       The resources that can be set in	the X resources	file, ~/.xpbsrc, are:

       *serverHosts
	      list of server hosts (space separated) to	query by xpbs.

       *timeoutSecs
	      specify the number of seconds before timing out  waiting	for  a
	      connection to a PBS host.

       *xtermCmd
	      the xterm	command	to run driving an interactive PBS session.

       *labelFont
	      font applied to text appearing in	labels.

       *fixlabelFont
	      font  applied  to	 text  that  label fixed-width widgets such as
	      listbox labels. This must	be a fixed-width font.

       *textFont
	      font applied to a	text widget. Keep this as fixed-width font.

       *backgroundColor
	      the color	applied	to background  of  frames,  buttons,  entries,
	      scrollbar	handles.

       *foregroundColor
	      the  color  applied to text in any context (under	selection, in-
	      sertion, etc...).

       *activeColor
	      the color	applied	to the background of a selection,  a  selected
	      command button, or a selected scroll bar handle.

       *disabledColor
	      color applied to a disabled widget.

       *signalColor
	      color applied to buttons that signal something to	the user about
	      a	change of state. For example, the color	of the Track Job  but-
	      ton when returned	output files are detected.

       *shadingColor
	      a	color shading applied to some of the frames to emphasize focus
	      as well as decoration.

       *selectorColor
	      the color	applied	to the selector	box of a radiobutton or	check-
	      button.

       *selectHosts
	      list  of	hosts  (space separated) to automatically select/high-
	      light in the HOSTS listbox.

       *selectQueues
	      list of queues (space separated) to  automatically  select/high-
	      light in the QUEUES listbox.

       *selectJobs
	      list of jobs (space separated) to	automatically select/highlight
	      in the JOBS listbox.

       *selectOwners
	      list of owners checked when limiting the jobs appearing  on  the
	      Jobs listbox in the main xpbs window.  Specify value as "Owners:
	      <list_of_owners>".  See -u option	in qselect(1B) for  format  of
	      <list_of_owners>.

       *selectStates
	      list of job states to look for (do not space separate) when lim-
	      iting the	jobs appearing on the Jobs listbox in  the  main  xpbs
	      window.  Specify value as	"Job_States: <states_string>".	See -s
	      option in	qselect(1B) for	format of <states_string>.

       *selectRes
	      list of resource amounts (space separated) to consult when  lim-
	      iting  the  jobs	appearing on the Jobs listbox in the main xpbs
	      window.  Specify value as	"Resources: <res_string>".  See	-l op-
	      tion in qselect(1B) for format of	<res_string>.

       *selectExecTime
	      the  Execution  Time attribute to	consult	when limiting the list
	      of jobs appearing	on the Jobs listbox in the main	 xpbs  window.
	      Specify  value  as  "Queue_Time: <exec_time>".  See -a option in
	      qselect(1B) for format of	<exec_time>.

       *selectAcctName
	      the name of the account that will	be checked when	 limiting  the
	      jobs  appearing  on  the	Jobs  listbox in the main xpbs window.
	      Specify value as "Account_Name: <account_name>".	See -A	option
	      in qselect(1B) for format	of <account_name>.

       *selectCheckpoint
	      the checkpoint attribute relationship (including the logical op-
	      erator) to consult when limiting the list	of jobs	 appearing  on
	      the  Jobs	 listbox  in  the  main	xpbs window.  Specify value as
	      "Checkpoint: <checkpoint_arg>".  See -c  option  in  qselect(1B)
	      for format of <checkpoint_arg>.

       *selectHold
	      the  hold	 types	string	to look	for in a job when limiting the
	      jobs appearing on	the Jobs listbox  in  the  main	 xpbs  window.
	      Specify  value as	"Hold_Types: <hold_string>".  See -h option in
	      qselect(1B) for format of	<hold_string>.

       *selectPriority
	      the priority relationship	(including the	logical	 operator)  to
	      consult  when  limiting  the  list of jobs appearing on the Jobs
	      listbox in the main xpbs window.	Specify	 value	as  "Priority:
	      <priority_value>".   See	-p option in qselect(1B) for format of
	      <priority_value>.

       *selectRerun
	      the rerunnable attribute to consult when limiting	 the  list  of
	      jobs  appearing  on  the	Jobs  listbox in the main xpbs window.
	      Specify value as "Rerunnable: <rerun_val>".  See	-r  option  in
	      qselect(1B) for format of	<rerun_val>.

       *selectJobName
	      name  of the job that will be checked when limiting the jobs ap-
	      pearing on the Jobs listbox in the main  xpbs  window.   Specify
	      value  as	 "Job_Name:  <jobname>".  See -N option	in qselect(1B)
	      for format of <jobname>.

       *iconizeHostsView
	      a	boolean	value (true or false) indicating  whether  or  not  to
	      iconize the HOSTS	region.

       *iconizeQueuesView
	      a	 boolean  value	 (true	or false) indicating whether or	not to
	      iconize the QUEUES region.

       *iconizeJobsView
	      a	boolean	value (true or false) indicating  whether  or  not  to
	      iconize the JOBS region.

       *iconizeInfoView
	      a	 boolean  value	 (true	or false) indicating whether or	not to
	      iconize the INFO region.

       *jobResourceList
	      a	curly-braced list of resource names as according to  architec-
	      ture known to xpbs. The format is	as follows:
	      {	<arch-type1> resname1 resname2 ... resnameN }
	      {	<arch-type2> resname1 resname2 ... resnameN }
	       . . .
	      {	<arch-typeN> resname1 resname2 ... resnameN }

XPBS AND PBS COMMANDS
       xpbs calls PBS commands as follows:

       Command Button	     PBS Command

       detail (Hosts)	     qstat -B -f <selected server_host(s)>

       terminate	     qterm <selected server_host(s)>

       detail (Queues)	     qstat -Q -f <selected queue(s)>

       stop		     qstop <selected queue(s)>

       start		     qstart <selected queue(s)>

       enable		     qenable <selected queue(s)>

       disable		     qdisable <selected	queue(s)>

       detail (Jobs)	     qstat -f <selected	job(s)>

       modify		     qalter <selected job(s)>

       delete		     qdel <selected job(s)>

       hold		     qhold <selected job(s)>

       release		     qrls <selected job(s)>

       run		     qrun <selected job(s)>

       rerun		     qrerun  <selected job(s)>

       signal		     qsig <selected job(s)>

       msg		     qmsg <selected job(s)>

       move		     qmove <selected job(s)>

       order		     qorder <selected job(s)>

EXIT STATUS
       Upon  successful	 processing,  the  xpbs	exit status will be a value of
       zero.

       If the xpbs command fails, the command exits with a value greater  than
       zero.

SEE ALSO
       qalter(1B),   qdel(1B),	qhold(1B),  qmove(1B),	qmsg(1B),  qrerun(1B),
       qrls(1B), qselect(1B), qsig(1B),	qstat(1B), qorder(1B), qsub(1B), qdis-
       able(8B), qenable(8B), qrun(8B),	qstart(8B), qstop(8B), qterm(8B).

Local								      xpbs(1B)

NAME | SYNOPSIS | DESCRIPTION | OPTIONS | GETTING STARTED | RUNNING XPBS | THE XPBS DISPLAY | WIDGETS USED IN XPBS | SUBMITTING JOBS | MODIFYING ATTRIBUTES OF JOBS | DELETING JOBS | TRACKING RETURNED OUTPUT FILES | LEAVING XPBS | PREFERENCES | XPBS AND PBS COMMANDS | EXIT STATUS | SEE ALSO

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