The Queue page in Alumio

Table of contents

  • Introduction
  • The Queue page

Introduction

Track of the Data Engine queue and running processes should be kept somewhere in the environment to understand if that process has been finished successfully or failed.

Follow the path: Settings > Queue to keep reading.

The Queue page

The Queue page observes all configurations with active schedulers and priority. Let’s have a closer look at the page:

  • Status - displays the current state of configuration:
    • Scheduled - configuration is planned to be run at the predefined time;
    • New - configuration with priority and duration time has been created;
    • Processing - configuration is running;
      • It’s possible to kill the configuration processing by clicking on the checkbox and selecting the kill process. Then you’ll receive a message about the successful killing of the process.
    • Killed - configuration has been killed;
    • Finished - configuration has been completed;
    • Failed - an error occurred during running in the configuration.
  • Process ID - a unique identifier assigned to the configuration.
  • Priority - order of configurations in which they should be picked up:
    • High;
    • Medium;
    • Low.
  • Type - configuration type.
  • Configuration - specific configuration which should be run.
  • Added to Queue - a time when the process started working.
  • Processing time - the time taken to complete the job.
  • Total throughput time - the total time taken to process the job, from scheduling to completion.
  • Actions:
    • View logs - allows to see details of process run.
    • Kill and Skip job - you can skip jobs with the status “Scheduled” and “New” and kill jobs with the status “Processing”.

Also it’s possible to filter records by:

  • type;
  • status;
  • process ID;
  • priority;
  • configuration;
  • added to queue.

In addition, it’s important to note that the maximum age of records is 30 days or if you reach 1000 records the eldest records will disappear.