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    Viewing Objects on Which a Job is Executed

    A job is an action that is executed on any object that is managed by Junos Space, such as a device, service, or user.

    From the Job Management inventory page, you can view the objects on which a job was performed or is scheduled to be performed. The Parameters column on this page provides you with this information. However, for jobs that are migrated from releases prior to Junos Space 13.3R1, this column does not display any information.

    Note: You can schedule certain types of jobs to run on devices that have been selected by using tags. The Parameters column on the Job Management page provides you with information about the target list of devices on which these jobs are scheduled to run. However, when the jobs are run, you may find that the devices on which they are run are different from the devices on which they were scheduled to run. This happens because the devices associated with a tag are resolved dynamically at runtime. If the devices associated with a tag have changed, then these jobs are executed on the devices that are associated with the tag at runtime. The type of jobs where you may see this behavior are:

    • Staging scripts on devices
    • Executing scripts on devices
    • Staging device images
    • Deploying device images
    • Staging script bundles on devices
    • Executing script bundles on devices
    • Running an operation
    • Backing up device configuration files

    To view objects on which a job is executed:

    1. On the Junos Space Platform UI, select Jobs > Job Management.

      The Job Management page displays the jobs in tabular view.

    2. Select a job.

      The Parameters column for the selected job provides information about objects on which the job is performed.

      For example, when you select a Stage Scripts job, this column displays the device name and the script name associated with this job if you staged a single script on a single device. If you staged multiple scripts on multiple devices, then this column displays the count of the scripts and the number of devices on which these scripts were staged.

    3. Click the link in the Parameters column to view information about the objects.

      The Job Target dialog box appears, displaying the parameter types on separate tabs.

    4. Click the tab that you are interested in to view the objects.

      If you staged multiple scripts on multiple devices, click the Device(s) tab to view the list of devices on which the scripts were staged. Click the Script(s) tab to view the scripts that were staged on these devices.

      Note:

      • It is not always necessary that the list of devices be displayed on the Device(s) tab. Script and image jobs may display the tag names or CSV filenames instead of devices. If you used a CSV file for staging or deploying an image, the filename of the CSV file is displayed instead of the devices on which the image is staged or deployed. This is true in the case of tag names as well.

        When you use tags to select the devices on which a job should be executed, you can select the Tag(s) tab to view the list of target devices on which the job is expected to be executed at the scheduled time.

      • For the following jobs, the Options tab displays options that you may have specified while triggering these jobs:
        • Deploying device images
        • Staging device images
        • Removing images from a staged device
        • Staging scripts on devices
        • Removing scripts from devices
    5. Click OK in the Job Target dialog box to return to the Job Management page.

    Table 1: Jobs that Support Viewing Objects on Which a Job is Executed

    Workspace

    Jobs

    Device Management

    Upload keys to devices.

    Modify authentication.

    Discover devices.

    Resynchronize devices.

    CLI Configlets

    Apply CLI Configlet.

    Images and Scripts

    Images

    • Stage an image on a device.
    • Verify the checksum.
    • Deploy a device image.

    Scripts:

    • Stage a script on devices.
    • Verify a script on devices.
    • Disable scripts on devices.
    • Enable scripts on devices.
    • Execute a script on devices.
    • Remove a script from devices.

    Operations:

    • Run operations.

    Script bundles:

    • Stage a script bundle on devices.
    • Execute a script bundle on devices.
    • Disable a script bundle on devices.
    • Enable a script bundle on devices.
     

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    Modified: 2017-06-01