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If you want to be a super-boss, you can always use 'pbstop' It's basically a PBS cluster version of what 'htop' is for local processes. (Note that your cluster may not have this installed. Ask the admins for it!) (Also, supports interactive filtering by user, queue, etc) EG:
It slightly simplifies system administration, because users can be locked out by using /etc/nologin and kill, without having to worry about processes coming back through cron or at. It shouldn't be a big problem if you can run your own cron daemon.
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