You can view the job status of the most recently run job from the Saved Jobs view. You can view the job status of any previously job run from the Job History view.
- To view the job status of the most recently run job:
- In the Saved Jobs view, click next to the name of the job.
- Click Status.
- To view the status of a previous run job:
- In the Job History view, click next to the name of the job.
- Click Status.
The Job Status view appears and displays the following information.
|Job Name||Identifies the name of the job.|
|Source||Identifies the source Teradata Database system.|
|Target||Identifies the target Teradata Database system.|
|Start||Provides the time the job began to run.|
|End||Provides the time the job stopped running. If the job is currently running, two hash lines display.|
|Size||Displays the total job size in KB, MB, or GB. The size is an estimate until the job completes running; the completed size may vary from the number shown during the initial phase.|
|Job Steps||Indicates Frozen if the job steps have been set to be frozen in the Job Settings tab.|
|Progress Bar label||Displays the current status (Running, Completed, Cancelled, Failed, or Blocked) and the percentage of the job completed. Continually updated for running jobs.|
|Elapsed Time||Displays the run time for the job. Continually updated for running jobs.|
|Objects||Displays the number of objects copied.|
|Copied||Identifies the size of data transferred in KB, MB or GB. Continually updated for running jobs.|
|Stop button||Provides the ability to cancel a running job.|
|Streams tab||Displays data streams used between the source and target databases. Enables you to export the data streams into a .csv file. Data stream details can also be viewed in the Log tab.|
|Log tab||Displays a detailed log that the Teradata utility and Data Mover generate while processing the job, including a table summarizing the start time, type, duration time, and message for each job event. Enables you to export the data stream detail information into a .csv file.|