The startsched command starts the phantom scheduler, which itself is a phantom process. The scheduler is normally started on the last phantom port of the system.
|Designates the port number on which to start the phantom scheduler. If not specified, the scheduler is run from the last phantom port.
|Initializes the %R item in the dictionary of the jobs file. This has the effect of not releasing any phantom processes that need wrapping up.
|Kills and restarts the underlying thread for a job when a the job completes.
|Removes any phantom jobs in the queue by clearing the %Q item in the dictionary of the jobs file.