Netconfig log of killed jobs

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May 23rd, 2007
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Is there a log, or at least a way to find out, that shows which user killed a job in netconfig?

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I click on Stop for a Netconfig job, and I get a dialog that asks me if I'm sure I want to do this. I say yes, and it tells me that the job is being stopped, and this may take a few seconds. This makes me think you're using RME 3.x.


In any event, getting the information about who stopped a job is not currently possible, even in RME 4.0.

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Joe Clarke Wed, 05/23/2007 - 09:26
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What do you mean by, "killed?" Do you mean stopped a running job, denied it from an approvers standpoint, or something else?

ccoulson Wed, 05/23/2007 - 09:45
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Sorry ... what I mean is, in Netconfig, in Job Browser, select the job and clicked "Stop Job". Then it was either selected kill or force stop (or something like that). The 'run status' of the job is "Cancelled" and the 'Status' of the job then shows as "Job was Cancelled by an external source". I would like to track down who stopped the job.

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Joe Clarke Wed, 05/23/2007 - 10:09
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I click on Stop for a Netconfig job, and I get a dialog that asks me if I'm sure I want to do this. I say yes, and it tells me that the job is being stopped, and this may take a few seconds. This makes me think you're using RME 3.x.


In any event, getting the information about who stopped a job is not currently possible, even in RME 4.0.

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