wx: Usage Message
  Usage: wx [-q queuename] <command> [command options]
  Queue selection:
    The default queue is called "wx".
    You can specify a different queue with the option -q <queuename>
    or by setting the environment variable NC_QUEUE.
    clean               Cleanup log files and env files.
    debug               Show how to run the same job without WorkloadXelerator.
    dispatch            Force dispatch of a job to a specific slave.
    forget              Forget old jobs from the system.
    getfield            Get a field for a job.
    gui                 Start a simple graphical interface.
    help                This help message.
    hosts               Show farm hosts (also called slaves).
    info                Get information about a job and its outputs.
    list                List the jobs in the system.
    jobclass            List the available job classes.
    kerberos            Interface to Kerberos (experimental).
    modify              Modify attributes of scheduled jobs.
    monitor             Monitor network activity.
    rerun               Rerun a job already known to the system.
    resources           Shows resource list and current statistics.
    resume              Resume a job previously suspended.
    run <job>           Run a new job (also called 'submit').
    preempt             Preempt a job.
    slavelist           Show available slave lists.
    stop                Stop jobs.
    submit <job>        Same as 'run'.
    summary             Get a summary report for all my jobs.
    suspend             Suspend the execution of a job.
    wait                Wait for a job to complete.
    why                 Analyze job status reasons.
  Unique abbreviations for commands are accepted.
  Advanced features:
    cmd <command>       Execute an arbitrary VOV command in the
                        context of the WorkloadXelerator server.
    source <file.tcl>   Source the given Tcl file.
    -                   Accept commands from stdin.
  For more help type:
    % wx <command> -h
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