Delete a Job with Force

Delete a job whether or not its execution host is reachable and whether or not it is in the process of provisioning.

Drill-down to jobs that are running on a particular HPC cluster, have been submitted to a particular queue, or are owned by a particular user.

A job, job array or subjob in any of the below states can be deleted by force:
  • Running
  • Queued
  • Suspended
  • Held
  • Waiting
  • Suspended - Workstation Busy
  • Job Array Started
  • Moved
  • Transitioning
  • Exiting
  1. Choose one of the following options to select jobs:
    • Select multiple jobs by enabling the selection checkbox next to the jobs and clicking Actions.
    • Select a single job by clicking Click the down arrow next to the state of the job.
    • Select all jobs on the current page by clicking the Select All checkbox and clicking Actions.
    Tip: Perform a job search to filter jobs and then use the Select All checkbox to select all the jobs on the current page that match the search criteria. Click the reset link to deselect all jobs.

    Use Select All Checkbox
    Figure 1. Use Select All Checkbox
    As jobs are selected, the total number of selected jobs is displayed.
  2. Click Delete (Force).
    A confirmation prompt is displayed to verify the delete.
  3. Click Delete.
    The jobs are deleted (terminated) and are no longer accessible.
    Note: Depending on the number of jobs that were selected, the delete action may take a few moments to complete.