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pachctl inspect job

Learn about the pachctl inspect job command

October 18, 2023

pachctl inspect job #

Return info about a job.

Synopsis #

This command returns detailed info about a job, including processing stats, inputs, and transformation configuration (the image and commands used).

If you pass in a job set ID (without the pipeline@), it will defer you to using the pachctl list job <id> command. See examples for proper use.

To specify the project where the parent pipeline lives, use the --project flag To specify the output should be raw JSON or YAML, use the --raw flag along with --output

pachctl inspect job <pipeline>@<job> [flags]

Examples #

 pachctl inspect job foo@e0f68a2fcda7458880c9e2e2dae9e678 
 pachctl inspect job foo@e0f68a2fcda7458880c9e2e2dae9e678 --project bar 
 pachctl inspect job foo@e0f68a2fcda7458880c9e2e2dae9e678 --project bar --raw --output yaml 

Options #

      --full-timestamps   Return absolute timestamps (as opposed to the default, relative timestamps).
  -h, --help              help for job
  -o, --output string     Output format when --raw is set: "json" or "yaml" (default "json")
      --project string    Specify the project (by name) containing the parent pipeline for this job. (default "video-to-frame-traces")
      --raw               Disable pretty printing; serialize data structures to an encoding such as json or yaml

Options inherited from parent commands #

      --no-color   Turn off colors.
  -v, --verbose    Output verbose logs

SEE ALSO #