On Tue, May 11, 2021 at 2:16 PM Huji Lee <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Some of the jobs I submit to the grid take a long time (say, 30-60 minutes) and I would like to check on their status without having to log back into the labs.
> I was hoping I could run shell_exec('qstat') in PHP and display its output on a web page. While shell_exec() works with other commands—e.g. echo shell_exec('whoami') correctly displays my tool's username on the webpage—for reasons I cannot explain, the output of shell_exec('qstat') is always blank. When I run qstat on the CLI at that same time, it does show me the familiar table output of ongoing jobs.
> Any idea why that is the case? Has anyone already created a solution for fetching a list of active jobs from the grid and displaying it on a web-based status page for your tool?
I've not done it for a single tool, but I did it for all tools:
The source for both are linked from their page footers.
You can fetch the current grid job status as json too via
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