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[LDM #JLC-394268]: Running a manual pqact process



Nathan,

> So if I want to grab all files that are in my queue or a remote queue in the 
> past day, based off of my pqact file, what command do I use?

pqact(1) can only access a queue on local disk.

The exact pqact(1) command to use will depend on your circumstances.

The man(1)-page for pqact(1) has this synopsis:

    pqact [-v] [-x] [-l logdest] [-d datadir] [-q pqfname] [-f feedtype] [-p 
pattern] [-i interval] [-t time] [-o time] [conf_file]

You should be able to access this page via the command "man pqact" if the
environment variable MANPATH contains the directory "~ldm/share/man".

You will have to specify the pqact(1) configuration-file on the command-line
if you don't use the default one.

Contact me if you need further explanation of any of the options.

Regards,
Steve Emmerson

Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: JLC-394268
Department: Support LDM
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed
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