oarstat(1) show information about jobs


oarstat [-X|-Y|-J|-D|-f] [-j jobid|--array arrayid] [--sql SQL_properties] [-u user] [--array] [--compact] [--format num]

oarstat [-e|-p] [-j jobid | --array arrayid]

oarstat -s [-X|-Y|-J|-D] -j jobid

oarstat [-X|-Y|-J|-D] --gantt ``YYYY-MM-DD hh:mm:ss, YYYY-MM-DD hh:mm:ss''

oarstat --accounting ``YYYY-MM-DD, YYYY-MM-DD''


This command is used to show information of jobs in OAR batch scheduler.


-f, --full
Very detailed display.
-j, --job job_id
Print information from a specific job.
-e, --events
Print job events only.
-p, --properties
Print job properties in the same format as in the $OAR_RESOURCE_PROPERTIES_FILE file on the nodes.
-s, --state
Print only the state of a specified job. It makes a minimal query to the database. It is optimized to allow scripting for example. Must be used with -j.
-u, --user [login]
Print information for the current user or the one given. If used with --accounting, print a more detailed accounting report for the user.
--array [array_id]
Toggle the visualization of array information on. If an array_id is provided, print information relative to the subjobs of the given array job.
-c, --compact
Prints only one line for all the jobs belonging to a same array. The id is replaced by <N>@<id> where ``N'' is the number of jobs inside the array and ``id'' is the id of the array. The state is not relevant for an array of jobs (as some jobs may be waiting while others are running for example), so the state column always shows a dash.
Restricts display with the SQL where clause on the table jobs (ex: ``project = 'p1''')
select the text output format. Available values are:
  1: default
  2: prints system messages

The users can use the environment variable OAR_OARSTAT_OUTPUT_FORMAT to select the output format 1 or 2.

Print result in DUMPER format.
-X, --XML
Print result in XML format.
-Y, --YAML
Print result in YAML format.
-J, --JSON
Print result in JSON format.
-g, --gantt "date_start,date_stop"
Print history of jobs and state of resources between two dates like ``2006-03-30 13:49:27, 2006-04-30 13:49:27''
--accounting "date_start,date_stop"
Shows accounting information between two dates like ``2006-03-30, 2006-04-30''.
 If --user is also used, more details are shown for this particular user.
 Warning: the accounting table must be up to date. The update must be done at superuser level with the oaraccounting command.
-V, --version
Print OAR version number.
-h, --help
Print help message.


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