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printing spool

Hi...

 when user do printing , the spool
 will be stored in solaris.
 when its full , printing problem
 can occur.

 1)how to clean the prrinting spool?.
 2)how to shutdown /start the print service.?
 3)which directory the printer info is stored.

   thanks
sun newbie
 
 
 
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ismahwati
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Nisus091197Commented:
Hi,

1. /usr/ucb/lprm or /bin/cancel
2. enable, disable
3. /var/spool/print/*

The man pages are quite good for these commands.

Regards, Nisus
http://www.omnimodo.com
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Nisus091197Commented:
did this answer your question?
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ismahwatiAuthor Commented:
tq...
sorry for the delay, i was on leave .
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