UUQ(1) BSD General Commands Manual UUQ(1)NAMEuuq — examine or manipulate the uucp queue
SYNOPSISuuq [-l] [-h] [-ssystem] [-uuser] [-djobno] [-rsdir] [-bbaud]
Uuq is used to examine (and possibly delete) entries in the uucp queue.
When listing jobs, uuq uses a format reminiscent of ls. For the long
format, information for each job listed includes job number, number of
files to transfer, user who spooled the job, number of bytes to send,
type of command requested (S for sending files, R for receiving files, X
for remote uucp), and file or command desired.
Several options are available:
-h Print only the summary lines for each system. Summary
lines give system name, number of jobs for the system, and
total number of bytes to send.
-l Specifies a long format listing. The default is to list
only the job numbers sorted across the page.
-ssystem Limit output to jobs for systems whose system names begin
-uuser Limit output to jobs for users whose login names begin with
-djobno Delete job number jobno (as obtained from a previous uuq
command) from the uucp queue. Only the UUCP Administrator
is permitted to delete jobs.
-rsdir Look for files in the spooling directory sdir instead of
the default directory.
-bbaud Use baud to compute the transfer time instead of the
default 1200 baud.
/usr/spool/uucp/ Default spool directory
/usr/spool/uucp/C./C.* Control files
Outgoing data files
/usr/spool/uucp/X./X.* Outgoing execution files
SEE ALSOuucp(1), uux(1), uulog(1), uusnap(8)BUGS
No information is available on work requested by the remote machine.
The user who requests a remote uucp command is unknown.
“uq -l” can be horrendously slow.
The uuq command appeared in 4.3BSD.
4.3 Berkeley Distribution June 6, 1993 4.3 Berkeley Distribution