bkr-job-delete man page
bkr-job-delete — Delete Beaker jobs
Delete specific jobs:
bkr job-delete [options] [–dryrun] <taskspec>…
Delete by criteria:
bkr job-delete [options] [–dryrun] [--family <family>] [--tag <tag>] [--product <cpeid>] [--completeDays <days>]
Specify one or more <taskspec> arguments to be deleted.
The <taskspec> arguments follow the same format as in other bkr subcommands (for example, J:1234). See Specifying tasks in bkr(1).
Only jobs may be deleted.
This command accepts the same options for selecting jobs as bkr job-list does. See the Options section of bkr-job-list(1).
Do not perform any deletions.
- --family <family>
Delete jobs which ran with distro belonging to <family>, for example RedHatEnterpriseLinuxServer5.
- --completeDays <days>
Delete jobs which finished at least <days> ago.
- --tag <tag>
Delete jobs which have retention tag <tag>, for example scratch.
- --product <cpeid>
Delete jobs which were testing the product identified by <cpeid>.
Common bkr options are described in the Options section of bkr(1).
Non-zero on error, otherwise zero.
Delete all scratch jobs which finished 30 or more days ago:
bkr job-delete –tag scratch –completeDays 30
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