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Pipeline Execution Details
The Execution overview page contains a list of executions. Click a Pipeline execution to view its details, including Snap statistics, logs, and parameters:
The following table describes the numbered callouts shown in the image:
Pipeline name and invocation type
Invocation types include:
The Download menu gives you the option to Download logs only or to Download full runtime dump.
The heading includes:
Path: the location of the Pipeline.
Username: the user account associated with the execution.
Snaplex/Node Name: the Snaplex Node that executed the pipeline.
Prepared at: the date and time when the execution was configured.
Started at: the date and time when the execution started.
Completed at: the date and time when the execution finished.
Execution Duration: the amount of time from start to completion.
Parent Pipeline Path: the location of the Pipeline that triggered a child Pipeline in this execution.
Root Pipeline Path: the location of the highest-level ancestor that triggered a child Pipeline in this execution. If a parent has no parent of its own, it is also the root Pipeline.
Detail tabs provide more information about Snaps, logs, and Pipeline Parameters. Learn more about:
From left to right:
The Snap Statistics tab shows information about each Snap included in the execution.
The following table fields on the Snap Statistics tab:
The name of the Snaps that were executed.
The amount of time it took to execute a Snap.
The name of an input or output port of the Snap. The data in the Bytes, Documents, and Rate columns are associated with the indicated View.
The number of bytes that passed through the indicated View.
The number of documents that passed through the indicated View.
The throughput of the indicated View (the number of documents that passed through per second).
The Pipeline Logs tab shows the log entries that were generated during the execution:
The default list shows all log entries. Click a log level to filter entries by information, warning, and error.
The Pipeline Parameters tab shows information about the parameters passed to the Pipeline. The following example has no parameters:
Learn more: Pipeline Properties