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About the Jobs Page

To access this page, click Monitor > Jobs.

A job is an action that is performed on any object that is managed by CSO, such as a device, tenant, site, or user. You can monitor the status of jobs that have run or are scheduled to run in CSO. You can run the job immediately or schedule it for a later date and time. You can view the status of the job whether it is completed or failed. You can retry tssm.ztp type jobs that are failed.

Use this page to view the list of all jobs and the jobs that are scheduled to be executed. You can view general information about the jobs and the overall progress and status of the jobs. You can also edit and delete scheduled jobs.

Tasks You Can Perform

You can perform the following tasks from this page:

Field Descriptions

Table 26 provides guidelines on using the fields on the Jobs page.

Table 26: Fields on the Jobs Page



Job Name

View the name of the job. CSO automatically generates the job name.



View the status of the job to know whether the job succeeded, failed, or in progress.

Example: Success


View the name of the owner who created the job.

Example: cspadmin

Number of Tasks

View the number of tasks associated with the job.

Example: 2

For example, the tasks site.ucpe-32 and customer.sdwan are associated with this job.

Job ID

When a job is initiated from a object in CSO, CSO assigns a unique ID to that job, which serves to identify the job (along with the job type) on the Jobs page. The following is a list of some of the job types supported in CSO:

  • Import POP

  • Configure Sites

  • Download Signature

  • Create Sites

  • Onboard Tenant

  • Create OpCo

  • Remove Site

Start Date

View the start date and time of a task associated with the job.

End State

View the end date and time of a task associated with the job.

Field Descriptions

Table 27 provides guidelines on using the fields on the Scheduled Jobs page.

Table 27: Fields on the Scheduled Jobs Page



Schedule ID

View the unique ID of the scheduled job. The value is generated by the database when a new schedule record is inserted into the database.

Example: 48


View the unique name of the scheduled job.

Example: Tenant Delete_csp.tssm_remove_site_e340354716ae43859fad5ba15669eee2


View the status of the last triggered job.

The default status is scheduled.

Record Type

View the job type.

Example: tssm onboard tenant


View the name of the owner who scheduled the job.

Example: cspadmin

Next Run Time

View the time when the job is scheduled to run next.

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