Viewing Status

To view operation status, follow these steps:

  1. In the Junos Scope main window, click Monitor >Status. The Select Device and Query Options dialog box appears.
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  2. Select the operations to query.
  3. Select the Groups or Devices to query.
  4. Select the data source and the custom inventory reports to query.
  5. Select from the following Filters to query reports to view.
    • Limit to <#> rows per page drop-down list box—Filters the operation status by the number of rows to display per page: 10, 25, 50, or 100. The default is 10 rows.
    • Sort results by <column name> drop-down list box—Sorts the results by the last modified time, operation name, operation type, device name, username, status, start time, or message. The default is to sort by the last modified time.
    • Refresh status every <selected time> drop-down list box—Updates the operation status at an interval that you specify: Never, 10 seconds, 30 seconds, 1 minute, 2 minutes, 5 minutes, 15 minutes, 30 minutes, or 1 hour. The default is Never.
    • Updated in last <time period> check box, text box, and drop-down list box—Filters the operation status results by the last time period that you specify. The default is 0 seconds. Select the check box to enable this filter rule. Type a time value in the time period text box. Click the down arrow to view the available time periods: seconds, minutes, hours, and days.
    • Currently in state check box and drop-down list box—Filters the operation status by those that are currently in a particular state: pending, connecting, working, writing, success, and error. The default is pending. Select the check box to enable this filter rule.
    • Associated with user drop-down list box—Displays the operation status results that are associated with a selected username. The usernames that appear in the list box are the users that have been added using Settings > Users. Select the check box to enable this filter rule.
    • Operation type drop-down list box—Displays the current Junos Scope operations that you can save, such as archive, restore, report, scan inventory, install, and download. The default is archive. Select the check box to enable this filter rule.
  6. Click OK. The View Status Records dialog box appears.
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    The dialog box displays the status of all final operations listed by operation name, operation type, device name, report name, username, final operation status, operation start time, last updated status time, status message, and a link that lets you view the status of actions in the operation. Click Next Page to view additional operation status information. See Table 16 for a description of the information.

    Sort the table information by clicking on a column header. Click on a column heading to sort the table information in ascending or descending sort order.

    Table 16: Monitor Status Table Column Descriptions



    Operation Name

    Saved operation name. The name that you give an operation when you save it to run at a later time using Settings > Saved Operations.

    Operation Type

    The type of Junos Scope operation that was run. Some operations, such as software image install, have multiple actions. You can view all actions in an operation by clicking the Show Task link.

    Device Name

    Name of the device on which an operation was run.

    Report Name

    Name of the custom report that was scheduled and run.


    Username of the user who ran an operation.


    The status of the operation that ran. The status can be pending, connecting, writing, rebooting, success, or error. The Message column describes the operation status.

    Start Time

    The time the operation ran.

    Last Updated Time

    The time the operation status was polled and refreshed.

  7. Click OK.