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.
| -h ||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.
| -S ||Sort logs by progress.
| -P ||Parse dag for node information.
| -H ||Hide finished makeflows.
Currently, the only supported <format> is "text", which means
makeflow_monitor will display the progress of the workflows directly to
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.
The Cooperative Computing Tools are Copyright (C) 2003-2004 Douglas Thain and Copyright (C) 2005-2011 The University of Notre Dame. This software is distributed under the GNU General Public License. See the file COPYING for details.
Cooperative Computing Tools Documentation
Makeflow User Manual
CCTools 3.7.2 released on 04/23/2013