Invoke the GUI

Job execution can be monitored with wx gui.

This command opens a monitoring tool; no interactive capabilities (such as configuration or running jobs) are provided. Interactive capabilities are available with wx cmd vovconsole.

wx gui

Show a grid view of the jobs in a specified set.


wx: Usage Message

WX GUI:
        Show a grid view of the jobs in a specified set.
USAGE:
        % wx gui [OPTIONS] &
OPTIONS:
        With no options, the GUI shows all jobs of the current
        user.

        -all
        -a                  -- Show all jobs.
        -u <user>           -- Show jobs for specified user.
        -s <SETNAME>
        -set <SETNAME>
        -setname <SETNAME>  -- Show specified set.
        -timeout <TIMESPEC> -- Stop async update after this time (default 2h).
        -submit             -- Activate job submission dialog
        -limitGui <N>       -- Override the limit of 3 max GUI per user.

        -batch <file>       -- Execute specified file after the GUI is ready

        -metrics            -- Show scheduler metrics.
        -metricsConfig <file> -- Use specified metrics configuration file.
        -slaves             -- Show compact slaves monitor.
        -taskers            -- Show compact taskers monitor.
        -fontsize <size>    -- Specify the normal font size. Default is 10.
                               Legal range is 3 to 36.

        -title <title>      -- Choose title of X11 window.

EXAMPLES:
        % wx gui &                  -- Show all my jobs
        % wx gui -all &             -- Show all jobs.
        % wx gui -set SomeSetName   -- Show specified set.

        % wx gui -submit            -- Job submission dialog.
        % wx gui -limitGui 5        -- Allow you to run up to 5 "nc gui" (default 3)


        % wx gui -metrics &         -- Show the scheduler metrics.


Figure 1.
% wx cmd vovconsole &


Figure 2.