Usage: Job status check

Introduction

The status check uses the previously created CRAB project to check the status of all jobs.

Job status check

The following command checks the status of all jobs in the latest CRAB project:

crab -status -c

You can specify a specifc directory to use a different CRAB project than the last:

crab -status -c <directory>

An example standard output would look like:

crab. crab (version 1.4.2) running on Mon Mar 19 13:38:43 2007

crab. Working options:
  scheduler           edg
  job type            CMSSW
  working directory   /uscms/home/gutsche/work/software/CRAB/test/CMSSW_1_2_0/src/crab_0_070319_131654/

crab. Checking the status of all jobs: please wait
CHAIN_ID STATUS             E_HOST                                   EXE_EXIT_CODE JOB_EXIT_STATUS
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1        Scheduled          red.unl.edu                                                           
2        Done (Success)     cmsgrid02.hep.wisc.edu                                                
3        Done (Success)     lcgce01.phy.bris.ac.uk                                                
4        Scheduled          red.unl.edu                                                           
5        Done (Success)     lcgce01.phy.bris.ac.uk                                                
6        Done (Success)     ufloridapg.phys.ufl.edu                                               
7        Done (Success)     ufgrid01.phys.ufl.edu                                                 
8        Scheduled          red.unl.edu                                                           
9        Done (Success)     lcgce01.phy.bris.ac.uk                                                
10       Scheduled          osg-gw-2.t2.ucsd.edu                                                  

>>>>>>>>> 10 Total Jobs 

>>>>>>>>> 4 Jobs Scheduled
          List of jobs: 1,4,8,10

>>>>>>>>> 6 Jobs Done
          List of jobs: 2,3,5,6,7,9
          Retrieve them with: crab -getoutput <Jobs list>

crab. Log-file is /uscms/home/gutsche/work/software/CRAB/test/CMSSW_1_2_0/src/crab_0_070319_131654/log/crab.log

The output gives list of job number at the end for easy access of the different job categories.

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