Close the peer queue Queue from ECLiPSe side. When this predicate returns, the peer queue would be closed on both the ECLiPSe and remote sides, and book-keeping information on both sides updated to exclude the queue. As with creating a peer queue, closing a peer queue is performed explicitly from one side only.
The user should not close a peer queue with close/1. This will only close the ECLiPSe end of the queue, and would not remove the book-keeping information. Note that peer_queue_close/1 will still remove the book-keeping information if some of the underlying streams associated with the peer queue are already unexpectedly closed.