usage: teuthology-kill -h
teuthology-kill [-a ARCHIVE] [-p] -r RUN
teuthology-kill [-a ARCHIVE] [-p] -m MACHINE_TYPE -r RUN
teuthology-kill [-a ARCHIVE] [-o OWNER] -r RUN -j JOB ...
teuthology-kill [-a ARCHIVE] [-o OWNER] -J JOBSPEC
teuthology-kill [-p] -o OWNER -m MACHINE_TYPE -r RUN
Kill running teuthology jobs:
1. Removes any queued jobs from the beanstalk queue
2. Kills any running jobs
3. Nukes any machines involved
NOTE: Must be run on the same machine that is executing the teuthology job
-h, --help show this help message and exit
-a ARCHIVE, --archive ARCHIVE
The base archive directory
-p, --preserve-queue Preserve the queue - do not delete queued jobs
-r, --run RUN The name(s) of the run(s) to kill
-j, --job JOB The job_id of the job to kill
-J, --jobspec JOBSPEC
The 'jobspec' of the job to kill. A jobspec consists of
both the name of the run and the job_id, separated by a
'/'. e.g. 'my-test-run/1234'
-o, --owner OWNER The owner of the job(s)
-m, --machine-type MACHINE_TYPE
The type of machine the job(s) are running on.
This is required if killing a job that is still
entirely in the queue.