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How to monitor the background jobs in real time

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To browse the background jobs manager in real time, you need to do:

  1. Log in to the WordFrame Integra Core Administration
  2. Click on the "Architect" tab in the upper left corner
  3. Click on the "Core monitoring" menu in the main navigation bar
  4. Click on the "Jobs monitor" link in the "Background jobs" section on the left of the screen
  5. Select the monitoring period - 1 minute or 1 hour
  6. Press "Start"

To stop the monitoring process, you can either navigate out of the page, or Press "Stop and view details" button to generate a snapshot.

Jobs are presented by priority, application pack and status. The statuses are:

  • pending - jobs that are still not scheduled by a webserver for execution.
  • running - jobs that are marked by a web server that they are been executed.
  • canceled - jobs that have been canceled by the user while they were "pending"
  • aborted - jobs that have been aborted during its execution
  • finished - jobs that finished their execution. The result could be a success or an error.
  • error or finished with error - job that have been executed but with errors. The error will be logged into the job details and could be reviewed.

Generate snapshot of the currently running jobs

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To create a snapshot of all jobs created in the selected period, you need to press "Stop and view details" while monitoring the jobs. On this screen a lot more detailed and categorized information is presented. If you click on a number in the grid, a popup will appear with the list of all jobs that are included.

The jobs in the snapshot are categorized in the following categories:

by priority
according to their execution priority as set by the application which scheduled the job
by application pack
according to the software package of the application which scheduled the job
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by application
by the application who scheduled the job
by creator's account
the account of the user who actually triggered the job creation
by job status
the current status of the job or if it was finished with errors
Last edited by Boz Zashev on 29 Sep 2010 | Rev. 1 | This page is public | Views: 1
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