rd-queue - Lists and kills executions in the RunDeck queue
rd-queue [action] [-h] [-e]
The rd-queue command is used to query the Central Dispatcher for a list of currently running Executions, or to Kill a currently running execution.
The tool provides two actions:
list : list the currently running executions on the server (default action)
kill : kill the execution specified by ID
-h, --help : Print usage message.
-e, --eid : ID of the execution to kill
This is the default action of the tool, so to list all running Executions, simply use:
The output will display the number of executions, and their IDs and identifying names or descriptions, as well as a link to the RunDeck page to follow the output.
rd-queue Queue: 1 items  adhoc script job <http://localhost:8080/rundeck/execution/follow/160>
This action allows you to specify the Execution ID of a currently running execution that you want to stop.
rd-queue kill -e 160 rd-queue kill: success.  Job status: killed
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