To remove a process from the queue, type the command
condor_rm <cluster ID>.<process ID>. For example:
> condor_rm 9.9
Job 9.9 marked for removal
To remove all jobs affiliated with a cluster, type the command condor_rm <cluster ID>. For example, the command
condor_rm 4 removes all jobs assigned to cluster 4.
To remove all of your clusters' jobs from the Condor queue, type condor_rm -a. For example:
> condor_rm -a
All jobs marked for removal.
Jobs must be deleted from the host they were submitted from
For example, running the command below shows your job was submitted from w2.hmdc.harvard.edu
> condor_q `whoami` |grep Schedd
-- Schedd: HMDC.email@example.com : <10.0.0.31:56822>