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Version: 10.9.x

Monitor your CronJobs

In Kubernetes, a CronJob creates Jobs on a predefined time schedule.
CronJob is meant for performing regular scheduled actions such as backups, report generation, and so on. One CronJob object is like one line of a crontab (cron table) file on a Unix system. It runs a job periodically on a given schedule, written in Cron format.

CronJobs Table

The table presented here shows the following information:

  • Name: the name of the CronJob.
  • Schedule: the schedule in Cron format.
  • Suspend: wether or not to suspend subsequent executions.
  • Active: the number of currently running Jobs.
  • Last Schedule: information of when was the last time the Job was successfully scheduled.
  • Age: the date when the CronJob was lastly deployed.


Inspecting a CronJob

Selecting the CronJob name you can inspect more detail about that CronJob.

CronJob Describe

In the Describe view you can find information about the selected CronJob in JSON format. These details are the ones exposed by the Kubernetes APIs.