lprrm—remove jobs from a queue

The lprrm command deletes jobs from a spooling queue.

If necessary, lprrm first kills a running daemon that's servicing the queue and restarts it after the required files are removed. When removing jobs destined for a remote printer, lprrm acts like lprq, except it first checks locally for jobs to remove and then tries to remove files in queues off-machine.

Note: You can remove only your own print jobs from the queue.