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The "squeue" command line tool is used in many Linux-based operating systems, particularly in clusters and supercomputers. It is primarily utilized to display information about jobs in a queue or batch system. When executed, "squeue" provides a detailed listing of jobs, including their ID, status, user, priority, and other relevant data. This tool is essential for administrators and users who want to track the progress of their submitted jobs and the overall status of the system. It also enables users to monitor resource allocation and availability in real-time. Furthermore, "squeue" allows for filtering and customization to display specific subsets of job information or particular job states. Its output can be further formatted or redirected to files for later analysis or processing.

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