Displaying real time statistics during remote execution - 8.0

Talend Administration Center User Guide

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From Talend Administration Center, you can monitor in real time the execution status and performance of your processes. This allows you to identify any bottleneck during the data processing and gives you a real-time visibility on the progress of your Jobs.

To display the Real time statistics window during remote execution, do the following:


  1. In the Menu tree view, click Job Conductor to display the list of scheduled tasks for deploying and executing Jobs on remote servers.
  2. Ensure the task you want to execute and display the real time statistics related has the Statistics option enabled.
    For more information about the activation of the statistics from Talend Administration Center, see How to activate Real Time Statistics.
  3. Select it in the list of tasks and check its Status.
    It can be Ready to deploy or Ready to run.
  4. Depending on its status, click the appropriate button on the tool bar: Deploy or Run.
    For further information about how to generate, deploy and run a Job on Talend Administration Center, see Sequence of task execution.


Once the Job begins to run, the Real time statistics window pops up.

The following figure is an example of the Real time statistics window.

Here, you can see the statistical information in real time as the checkpoints Job runs.

If the Job executed contains child Jobs, a tree view appears above the graphical view of the Job showing you all its child Jobs, along with their execution information. Here, the checkpoint job has one child Job named end. To display the parent job execution or the execution of one of its childs, simply click the corresponding node.

In this example, you can click the child Job node, end, to view this child Job only.