Jobs backed up in the client queue
There are three possible explanations
for jobs backing up in the client queue:
The server system is down
or the network between the client and server systems
is down. To resolve this problem,
run the reject
command for all the server printers
on your system:
This stops new requests for those printers
from being added to the queue.
Once the system comes up again,
and jobs start being taken from your queue, enter
this command to allow new jobs to be queued:
The server printer is disabled on the client system.
To enable it, enter:
ID mapping is not set up properly. See
``Administering ID mapping''
for more information.
The underlying System V network software
was not set up properly.
For details, see
Jobs backed up in the server queue
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UnixWare 7 Release 7.1.4 - 22 April 2004