Search for Jobs

Search for jobs based on a search category and a user entered search term.

Drill-down to jobs that are running on a particular HPC cluster, have been submitted to a particular queue, or are owned by a particular user.

Searches can be performed on any of the job properties displayed in the list. If you want to search on a job property that is not displayed in the list, then add the job property to the list.

Search for jobs based on any of the job properties displayed in the list.
Note: Entering a GUI-friendly state (e.g. "running" or "suspended") in the search bar for a global search will act as if the search was being performed for Status. If the user wants to search for these particular queries for other search categories (e.g. "running" in the Comment), a targeted search must be used for that key. GUI-friendly states are:
  • running
  • exiting
  • in transition
  • queued
  • suspended
  • suspended scheduler
  • suspended by scheduler
  • suspended workstation
  • suspended (workstation busy)
  • held
  • waiting
  • job array started
  • finished
  • moved
  • subjob finished
Tip: Job searching is case insensitive.
  1. Select the search category.

    Figure 1. Choose Search Category
  2. Enter a search term in the search box.

    Search for jobs.
    Figure 2. Enter Search Term
    Tip: When searching based on the Progress category, the search team is expressed as a number. For example, when searching for jobs that are 90% complete, enter 90.
  3. Click Search.
    The jobs are filtered based on the selected category and search term.