lpshut shuts down the print service. All printers that are printing at the time lpshut is invoked will stop printing. When lpsched is started again, requests that were printing at the time a printer was shut down will be reprinted from the beginning.
lpmove moves requests that were queued by lp.1 between LP destinations. lpmove can only be used among local printers.
The first form of the lpmove command moves the named requests to the LP destination dest. requests are request-IDs as returned by lp. If a request was originally queued for a class, or the special destination any, the destination of the request will be changed to dest. The request will be printable only on dest and not on other members of the class or other acceptable printers.
The second form of the lpmove command attempts to move all requests for destination $dest sub 1$ to destination $dest sub 2$; lp will then reject any new requests for $dest sub 1$.
Note that when moving requests, lpmove never checks the acceptance status of the new destination (see accept.1m Also, the request-IDs of the moved request are not changed, so that users can still find their requests. The lpmove command will not move requests that have options (content type, form required, and so on) that cannot be handled by the new destination.
Created by unroff & hp-tools. © by Hans-Peter Bischof. All Rights Reserved (1997).
Last modified 21/April/97