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Task Results List

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»Index
»Product Overview
»Getting Started
»Monitoring Systems, Events, and Clusters
»Using Tasks
»Creating a Task
»Navigating the All Scheduled Tasks Page
»Scheduling a Task
Task Results List
»Stopping a Task
»Deleting Task Results
»Applying a Time Filter
»Task Status Types
»Example Tasks
»Using Default Tools
»Reporting
»Administering the Software
»Troubleshooting
»Printable Version
»Glossary
»Using Help
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Task Results

The Task Results list displays the list of task instances known to the system. Each task instance listed displays its unique JobID, the name of the task, its owner, status, and the start and end time for the task. The Task Results list, lists status information from scheduled tasks that have run, as well as status information from runnable tasks, which are tasks that do not have a schedule. The Task Results list enables you to stop, delete, and view task instance results.

To see task information select LogsView Task Results. Click the task row, and select one of the following options:

  • [Stop]. Click [Stop] to stop a running task instance. Refer to Using Tasks - Stopping a Task for more information.

  • [Delete]. Select a task instance and click [Delete]. Refer to Using Tasks - Deleting Task Results.

    Note: If the task instance is currently running, a message displays informing you to stop the task instance before attempting to delete it.

The results of a task instance are displayed below the Task Results list.

The Task Instance Results section displays the following information:

  • Status. This field displays the status of the task.

  • ID. This field displays the task job ID number.

  • Task Name. This field displays the name of the task that was executed.

  • Tool. This field displays the name of the tool that was used.

  • Owner. This field displays the user name that currently owns the task

  • Command. This field displays the command used to run the task.

  • Target. This field displays the name of the target list selected against which to execute the task.

  • Run by. This field displays the user that ran the task.

  • Start time. This field displays the time the task was started.

  • End time. This field displays the time the task ended.

  • Duration. This field displays the time that the task took to run.

The list of task instances is based upon user privileges and access levels. Users with full configuration rights can view all task instances known to the system.

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