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How do I pause a print queue on AIX?
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qhld -P queuename

To restart the queue use

qhld -P queuename -r

Please be aware that jobs which are already fully spooled to the printer's memory cannot be paused on AIX any longer.
This can only be done by pressing the stop button at the printer device itself.

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