In Kubernetes, a Job is the resource that creates one or more Pods and will continue to retry execution of the Pods until a specified number of them successfully terminate.
On this section you can monitor all your Jobs and the relative properties.
The table presented here shows the following information:
- Name: the name of the Job.
- Finished Pods: the number of succeeded Pods out of all the Pods that have been created. For more info check the kubernetes documentation.
- Duration: the time when the Job was completed.
- Age: the date when the Job was lastly deployed.
Deleting a Job
This feature is only available to users with sufficient permissions. For more information, consult the Console Levels and Permission Management section of the docs.
By clicking on the Delete button on the last column of the Job table, the Job will be permanently deleted.
A modal will ask for confirmation for the action to be performed.
Any related resources, such as Pods, will be marked for deletion, and Kubernetes may cascading delete them at any time.
The deletion is permanent, therefore make sure to save elsewhere any important information before deleting a Job. Please note that also the related Pod(s) are marked for deletion, along with their information such as logs.
Inspecting a Job
By clicking on the Job name you can inspect some details about the Job.
Describe view you can find information about the selected Job in JSON format.
These details are the ones exposed by the Kubernetes APIs.