Get computational information of jobs.

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Description

error messages (shortened, see showLog for detailed error messages), Returns time stamps (submitted, started, done), time running, approximate memory usage (in Mb, see note) time in queue, hostname of the host the job was executed, assigned batch ID, the R PID and the seed of the job.

Usage

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getJobInfo(reg, ids, pars = FALSE, prefix.pars = FALSE, select,
  unit = "seconds")

Arguments

reg

[Registry]
Registry.

ids

[integer]
Ids of jobs. Default is all jobs.

pars

[logical(1)]
Include job parameters in the output? Default is FALSE.

prefix.pars

[logical(1)]
Should a prefix be added to job parameter names (column names) to avoid name clashes? Default is FALSE.

select

[character]
Select only a subset of columns. Usually this is not required and you can subset yourself, but in some rare cases it may be advantageous to not query all information. Note that the column “id” (job id) is always selected. If not provided, all columns are queried and returned.

unit

[character(1)]
Unit to convert execution and queing times to. Possible values: “seconds”, “minutes”, “hours”, “days” and “weeks”. Default is “seconds”.

Value

[data.frame].

Note

To estimate memory usage the sum of the last column of gc is used.

See Also

Other debug: debugMulticore; debugSSH; getErrorMessages; getLogFiles; grepLogs; killJobs; resetJobs; setJobFunction; showLog; testJob

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