After you create and publish a job, you must start the job on the Developments page to run the job. If you want to resume a job that is suspended or canceled, you must start the job.
- Start a job that is published: You can select Start without state for Start Method and specify Start Time for Reading Data.
- Start a job that is suspended: If a job is suspended, the system creates a savepoint for the job and cancels the job. When you start the job, the job resumes from the latest state.
- Start a job that is canceled: If a job is canceled, the system clears the checkpoint information about the job. When you start the job, you can select Start without state for Start Method and specify Start Time for Reading Data. You can also resume a job from the selected savepoint.
- Log on to the Realtime Compute for Apache Flink console.
- On the Fully Managed Flink tab, find the workspace that you want to manage and click Console in the Actions column.
- In the left-side navigation pane, choose .
- Find the job that you want to start and click Start in the Actions column.
- In the Deployment Starting Configuration dialog box, configure Start Method and Start Options. Deployment Starting Configuration dialog box in different scenarios:
- Start a job that is published
- Start a job that is suspended
- Start a job that is canceled
- In the Deployment Starting Configuration dialog box, click Confirm Running.
- View the status of the job. The following table describes the meaning of each job state.
Job type State Description Transitioning STARTING The job is being started. Stable RUNNING The job is running.Note If the system detects a risk for a job that is running, the system displays the risk type and risk level for the job on the right side of RUNNING. The risk type is Unstable, Failing, or ClusterUnreachable, and the risk level is High, Middle, or Low. In this case, you can click the name of the job to go to the job details page. Then, you can click Diagnosis to view the cause of the risk. For more information, see Job diagnostics. SUSPENDED If you click Suspend for a job in the Actions column, the job enters the SUSPENDED state. CANCELLED If you click Cancel for a job in the Actions column, the job enters the CANCELLED state. Failed FAILED The job fails to run.Note Jobs in the FAILED state are considered abnormal jobs.