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fq — job queue log viewer
fq [-a] [-n] [-q] [job id ...]
fq is a simple utility for “following” the output of nq(1) jobs. Without arguments, the output of the currently running and queued as-of-now jobs is emitted; else the presented job ids are used. fq automatically terminates after the corresponding jobs are done. The options are as follows: -a Output all log files, even of already finished jobs. -n Don't wait for new output. Can be used to look at enqueued commands. -q Only print the first line of each job output (i.e. the exec line).
NQDIR Directory where lock files/job output resides, see nq(1).
The fq utility exits 0 on success, and >0 if an error occurs.
On Linux, inotify(7) is used to monitor job output. On other operating systems, polling is used.
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