Note: This is a System V Print Subsystem command.
Starts/stops the print service
The lpsched command starts the LP print service.
The lpshut command shuts down the print service. All printers that are printing at the time the lpshut command is invoked stop printing. When lpsched is started again, requests that were printing at the time a printer was shut down are reprinted from the beginning.
You must have the appropriate privilege to run these commands.
If the scheduler fails to run, check the lpsched log file, which contains all failed attempts to load print requests, printer descriptions, forms, filters, classes, alerts, and systems. The log files are located in /var/lp/logs. Useful information on the networked print service can also be found in the /var/lp/logs/lpNet log file.
The accept command, enable command, lpadmin command.