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faxq - display fax jobs queued by faxspool(1)
faxq [<command>] [-osa] [-v] [-r] [-P<job><prio>]
Display the fax queue set up by faxspool(1).
faxq looks for all the jobs queued by faxspool(1) to
/var/spool/fax/outgoing/*. For each job in the queue, faxq displays
some status informations about it. If no options are specified, one
line per queued fax job is printed, displaying the job number, sender,
number of pages and target fax number.
faxq stop stops the fax queue processing by creating the file
/var/spool/fax/outgoing/stop. This command works only if you have
write access to the spool directory. Depending on local setup, this
means ‘‘root only’’ or ‘‘fax administrator group’’. If you don’t have
write access, an error message is printed.
faxq start re-starts a previously stopped fax queue, by removing the
‘‘stop’’ file. As for faxq stop this only works if you have write
-v Tells faxq to print a more verbose report for each job (multiple
-o Show old jobs, already sent but still in the queue directory,
-s Show suspended jobs (stopped because of too many fatal errors
during sending). You can restart those jobs with faxq -r
-a Show all jobs (active, old, suspended).
-r Restart suspended jobs. Every suspended job in the queue (that
you have write permissions for) will be requeued. Use faxrm to
delete jobs that you do not want to be sent!
-P <job> <prio>
Change the priority of fax job <job> to <prio>. Example: "faxq
-P F000247 3".
faxq doesn’t handle time scheduling yet.
faxq -P is currently broken (needs re-implementing with faxq-helper).
faxrunq(1), faxspool(1), faxrm(1), faxqueue(5)
faxq is Copyright (C) 1993 by Gert Doering, <email@example.com>.