vovinvalidate

Invalidate nodes in the dependency graph. The objects are typically files or jobs, which are passed by VovId or by file name, and sets, which are passed by name.


vovinvalidate: Usage Message
  
  Invalidate nodes in the dependency graph.
  The objects are typically files or jobs, which are
  are passed by VovId or by file name, and sets, which are
  passed by name.
     
  USAGE: 
  
    vovinvalidate [OPTIONS] <nodeId> ...
  
  OPTIONS:
    -help                  - Print this message.
    -h
    -v                         - Increase verbosity
    -force                     - Use the _FORCE suffix in vtk_node_change_status
    -silent                    - Do not print count of invalidated nodes.
    [-hier] -set <setName> ... - Invalidate given set by name. Repeatable.
                                 Invalidate all subsets also with -hier.
    -dir         <dirname> ... - Invalidate jobs in given directories.
                                 Repeatable.
    -subdirs     <dirname> ... - Same as -dir but recursive. Repeatable.
    -alljobs                   - Invalidate all jobs.
    -allnodes                  - Same as -alljobs (backwards compatibility).
    -why     <text_reason> ... - Optional reason for invalidation.
    -sickslave                 - Clears WHY and crash recovery-related
                                 properties (for use with running/retracing 
                                 jobs that are no longer attached to a slave).
    --                         - End value list for an option.
  
  EXAMPLES:
  
    % vovinvalidate filea fileb filec
    % vovinvalidate 00023456
    % vovinvalidate -sickslave 34567
    % vovinvalidate -dir .
    % vovinvalidate -set set1 set2 -- filea fileb 10332 10334
    % vovinvalidate -alljobs -why "Doing a clean build"