|makeflow_monitor(1)||Cooperative Computing Tools||makeflow_monitor(1)|
makeflow_monitor - Makeflow log monitor
makeflow_monitor [options] <makeflowlog>
makeflow_monitor is simple Makeflow log monitor that displays the progress and statistics of a workflow based on the provided <makeflowlog>. Once started, it will continually monitor the specified <makeflowlogs> for new events and update the progress display.
- Show this help message and exit.
- -f <format>
- Output format to emit.
- -t <seconds>
- Timeout for reading the logs.
- -m <minimum>
- Mininum number of tasks.
- Sort logs by progress.
- Parse dag for node information.
- Hide finished makeflows.
Currently, the only supported <format> is "text", which means makeflow_monitor will display the progress of the workflows directly to the console.
Additionally, the -P parameter current does not do anything.
On success, returns zero. On failure, returns non-zero.
Monitor a Makeflow log:
Monitor multiple Makeflow logs and hide finished workflows:
makeflow_monitor -H */*.makeflowlog
Monitor multiple Makeflow logs under current directory and only display currently running workflows with a minimum of 4 tasks:
find . -name '*.makeflowlog' | xargs makeflow_monitor -m 4 -H
The example above is useful for hierarchical workflows.
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