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Scheduler Tasks - logs??

Hello,

I'm just wondering if there is anywhere in the portal that I can see information regarding scheduler tasks, such as, what jobs are running, have run, when they run, how long they took to run etc etc.

Seems like there would be something out-of-box that would log this, but searching around SDN and help I'm not finding much. Some say defaultTrace, in which case I'm not sure what I'm looking for since I've grepped through all defaultTRaces in server node looking for program names of our jobs, and some also say you need to make your own logs.

Is there any quick answer to this?

Thanks, Beau

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    Posted on Aug 13, 2008 at 05:30 AM

    Hello,

    I am not sure about any log files. The only way I was able to get some information on "scheduler tasks" is by running reports.

    You get to the reports in your portal via System Administration --> Monitoring --> Knowledge Management --> Running Reports

    Click "Go to" and select "Reports" from the drop-down menu.

    A Reports menu tree should show up where you select "Scheduler" under "System Administration"

    The screen should show something like:

    Scheduler Tasks

    This report lists the configured tasks of the KM scheduler service.

    Start | Schedule | More

    Click on "Scheduler Tasks", then "Start" and "Start" again (no need to change the default report name "untitled").

    Click on the report name (something like "untitled - 2008-08-13 14:54:57").

    The report will show you an overview of all scheduler tasks and their current status.

    Sorry for the confusing menu path and click here and their descrption but that's how the portal is setup (unfortunaly).

    Regards,

    Thomas.

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