[IPython-dev] gathering statics/infomation from running TaskController

Vishal Vatsa vishal.vatsa@gmail....
Mon Dec 1 16:12:38 CST 2008


Cheers for the response 

MinRK wrote:

> TaskClient.queue_status(True)
> returns a dict of taskID lists for completed, failed, pending, queued

> The pending list currently ignores which engine is doing which task, but
> we could easily change that, so it would look more like:
> {completed: [0,1],
> queued: [],
> pending: {1:3,2:4,3:None},
> failed: [2]
> }

Thanks, ya, if queue_status can give information on which engine is doing which task, it would be great.
 
> Now, if we want something more thorough, including pending runtime etc.,
> then perhaps another method would be called for.
> 
> -MinRK
> 
> On Mon, Dec 1, 2008 at 7:57 AM, Vishal Vatsa <vishal.vatsa@gmail.com>
> wrote:
> 
>> Hi Guys,
>>
>> I have wondering about, whats the best way to get data from the
>> TaskController about things like which job is cooking on which engine.
>>
>> It alway nice to have some visualization of what the cluster is up to.
>>
>> Any one have any thoughts on this?
>>
>> Regards,
>> -vishal
>>
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