wx wait

wx: Usage Message
          Wait for a specific job or list of jobs to complete,
          fail, or be forgotten
          % wx wait [OPTIONS] <jobId> ...
          -h                   -- Print this message.
          -q                   -- Quiet wait.
          -v                   -- Verbose (may be repeated up to 3 times)
          -dir <directory>     -- Wait for all jobs in the given directory.
          -subdirs <directory> -- Wait for all jobs in the given directory and
          -select <rule>       -- Wait for all jobs in set defined by 'rule'.
                                  The predicate 'isjob' is automatically added
                                  to the rule.
          -set <setName>       -- Wait for all jobs in a set.
          -start               -- Wait for the specified jobs to start.
          -p                   -- Use polling method (automatic delay)
          -poll <MS>           -- Use polling method with a delay of <MS>
                                  MS values are between 2000 and 60000.
          -k                   -- Jobs are killed if you interrupt wait
                                  by Ctrl-C.
          -l                   -- Show log file of last job while waiting.
                                  The log is shown either as it is created
                                  if the job has been submitted with option -wl
                                  or all at once upon job completion.
          -maxwait <timespec>  -- Specify a maximum wait time.
          -timeout <timespec>  -- Same as -maxwait
          -jobinfo             -- Show info about jobs being executed.
          -callback <cmd>      -- Execute 'cmd JOBID JOBSTATUS' for every job
                                  that completes. Output to stdout.
                                  Errors ignored.
          -file <file>         -- For experts. Source <file>, mostly to define
                                  overrides for procedure VncWaitCallback
                                  { cmd jobId status }
          -ss                  -- Use subserver, if available.
          -noss                -- Do not use subserver, even if available.
          0       -- All jobs are done, or started if -start is specified.
          1       -- Some jobs are still invalid.
          2       -- Some jobs are failed.
          3       -- Some jobs have unexpected status.
          4       -- Some jobs have been lost.
          5       -- Waited for long enough (see -maxwait option)
          % wx wait 22345 22356
          % wx wait -dir .
          % wx wait -subdirs .
          % wx wait -select "command~spice"
          % wx wait -set   "myset"
          % wx wait -callback ./myScript  -set myset
          % wx wait -jobinfo  -set myset
          % wx wait -p -set myset
          % wx wait -poll 5000 -set myset
          % wx wait -maxwait 1m -set myset