Disabling Scrips for a queue

Hi,

I have about 10 queues for various usages - all of them having the standard scrips and individually some specific ones.

Now I want a queue that our servers report to, crontab failures etc. etc. (I just want to make a “root: server@rtsystem” on all of the servers). That means I need to disable all scrips for this specific queue.

Is there an easier way of doing that, than disabling all global queues and individually enable scrips for the other queues?

Cheers, Bjørn

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http://page.mi.fu-berlin.de/~pape/rt3screenshots/On 3/14/06, Bjørn Skovlund Rydén bear@247ms.com wrote:

Hi,

I have about 10 queues for various usages - all of them having the standard scrips and individually some specific ones.

Now I want a queue that our servers report to, crontab failures etc. etc. (I just want to make a “root: server@rtsystem” on all of the servers). That means I need to disable all scrips for this specific queue.

Is there an easier way of doing that, than disabling all global queues and individually enable scrips for the other queues?

Cheers, Bjørn


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