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View my jobs

Last Updated: May 11, 2018

This article describes how to ‘view my jobs’ and other information by using respective commands.

1. View my job list

  1. bcs job # View the job list. This command can be abbreviated to "bcs j".

joblist

Add “-h” at the end of each command to view the help information, for example, bcs j -h.

2. View the job details

  1. bcs j 1 # View details about the first job in the list.

Note: All commands that include serial numbers instead of IDs must be executed after the list is obtained, because the correspondence between a serial number and an ID is buffered only after the list is obtained.

jobdetail

Use bcs j job-00000000573590DB0000224F00000107. The result is the same as that of bcs j 1.

3. View task details

  1. bcs j 1 1 # View details about the first task of the job.

taskdetail

Use bcs j job-00000000573590DB0000224F00000107 task. The result is the same as that of bcs j 1 1.

4. View instance details

  1. bcs j 1 1 0 # View the details and log of the instance whose instanceId is 0 in the first task of a job.

instancedetail

  • Alternatively, use bcs j job-00000000573590DB0000224F00000107 task 0. The result is the same as that of bcs j 1 1 0.

5. View a job log

  1. bcs log 1 # View a job log.

joblog

  • Alternatively, use bcs log job-00000000573590DB0000224F00000107. The result is the same as that of bcs log 1.

For more information about other functions, add “-h” at the end of the command to view the help information.