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PC 12.20 Lab Management - Maintenance Tasks

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In PC 12.20 Lab Management - Maintenance Tasks Attached screenshot

 

How to see Orphan Run Tasks and other maintenance tasks?

 

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Re: PC 12.20 Lab Management - Maintenance Tasks

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Hi,

You cannot kill these tasks from here.  All you should be checking here is based on these task IDs, identify the corresponding test run and timeslot, go to the test runs page and reset the status or go to the corresponding timeslot->select the timeslot and choose "abort and free resources". This operation should clear the timeslot and free up the hosts being used in that orphan run.

 

This is the main purpose of this task: to track the timelsot and runID and fix the problem at the run level either from Test Runs page or from timeslot page

 

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Hi,

In PC12.20 also you should see this link for maintenance tasks under LAB Management website and when clicking on each task, you will have the ability to configure the timeouts etc for these tasks. Let me know if you are looking for anything specific and what you see missing in particular

 

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Am I able to see only Orphan Run Task with ID's , If I want to Kill Orphan process ID?

 

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Hi,

You cannot kill these tasks from here.  All you should be checking here is based on these task IDs, identify the corresponding test run and timeslot, go to the test runs page and reset the status or go to the corresponding timeslot->select the timeslot and choose "abort and free resources". This operation should clear the timeslot and free up the hosts being used in that orphan run.

 

This is the main purpose of this task: to track the timelsot and runID and fix the problem at the run level either from Test Runs page or from timeslot page

 

Thanks,

Microfocus Support

If you find that this or any post resolves your issue, please be sure to mark it as an accepted solution.

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