D.61. tarantella print list

Lists print jobs currently spooled.

You can run this command on any SGD server in the array.

Syntax

tarantella print list 
         { --jobid id... | [ --person pobj... ] [ --server serv... ] }
         [ --format text|brief ]

Description

The following table shows the available options for this command.

Option

Description

--jobid

Lists jobs with the specified job IDs.

--person

Lists jobs belonging to each specified person, which must be the name.

--server

Lists jobs for each specified SGD server. Use the peer DNS name for each server.

If this is used with the --person option, SGD only lists the spooled print jobs for the specified user profile on that server.

--format

Specifies the output format.

The “text” format displays a block of text for each print job, showing each print job attribute, for example the job ID and job owner, on a new line. A blank line separates each job. This is the default.

The “brief” format shows print job attributes on one line.

If you omit --jobid, and --person or --server are used, all print jobs across the array are listed.

Examples

The following example lists print jobs for Bill Orange, in “text” format.

$ tarantella print list \
--person "o=Example/ou=IT/cn=Bill Orange"

The following example lists print jobs in “text” format for Bill Orange and Rusty Spanner on the SGD servers detroit and chicago.

$ tarantella print list \
--person "o=Example/ou=IT/cn=Bill Orange" \
"o=Example/ou=IT/cn=Rusty Spanner" \
--server "detroit.example.com" \
"chicago.example.com"