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How to kill working job that failed to start #23

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tilfin opened this Issue Nov 22, 2016 · 2 comments

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tilfin commented Nov 22, 2016

At first, thank you for providing useful OSS!

We struggle with jobs that remain working status.
I guess there are jobs failed not to assign a worker of the executor.
They can not be operated at all on Web UI.
We want the way to force them to stop.

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  1. Access your remain working "Job Instance Details" page ( /definitions/:definition_id/instances/:instance_id )
  2. Press Backslash (\) key.
  3. The "Cancel" button turn into the "Force Cancel" button.
    force_cancel_button
  4. Press "Force Cancel" button.

This "Force Cancel" button updates the job instance status to cancel without checking the executor state.
I'm sorry It is undocumented feature.

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eisuke commented Nov 22, 2016

  1. Access your remain working "Job Instance Details" page ( /definitions/:definition_id/instances/:instance_id )
  2. Press Backslash (\) key.
  3. The "Cancel" button turn into the "Force Cancel" button.
    force_cancel_button
  4. Press "Force Cancel" button.

This "Force Cancel" button updates the job instance status to cancel without checking the executor state.
I'm sorry It is undocumented feature.

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tilfin Nov 22, 2016

なんと!ありがとうございます。

tilfin commented Nov 22, 2016

なんと!ありがとうございます。

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