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Where we can see the actual number of queue jobs ? RRS feed

  • Question

  • Hello,

    I have few questions as below

    Project server 2013 farm

    Gear --> PWA settings --> Manage Queue Jobs

      

    In the grid view displayed i can see jobs with their status listed and at the end i can see the Total Field which says - lets say 500 and the job position number of thee top job is say 50200.

    Now if i modify the "Maximum Number of Jobs" field from the job history settings and tries to refresh the status the value of the total filed also changes like below:

    1- Default is 500 and Total field - 508

    2- Changed to 5000 and Total field - 5007

    3- Changed to 50000 and Total field - 50007

    Now the below are my questions:

    1- Which number is the actual number of jobs queued ? number value in total field or the position number of the top job in my case as explained above 500 or 50200 ?

    2- The first grid view displayed will have 10 pages and if you go to page 10 then you will see only 6 pages ? is this a error or product issue ?

    3- Where or how do we see the actual number of jobs queued ?



    Monday, July 11, 2016 11:19 PM

Answers

  • yes, we can use filters to see the actual number of jobs thank you!

    is there any PowerShell command to find the actual number of jobs in Queue?


    Azhar


    Monday, May 8, 2017 7:44 PM

All replies

  • Use the other filters to show only processing jobs or complete jobs or jobs waiting or what have you.

    also the date range.

    what you are describing "could" be all the jobs in the Q since the last clean up.  But PS Q is more granular than that.  What exactly are you looking for? 

    the Q page is the only page for the Actual jobs.  The numbers are simple the current set of queue entries.  I'm surprised to hear you have 50K+ queue entries.  Did you add your entire AD as users in AD Sync? or ???

    please provide some more details after you play with the filters more.

    Hope that helps,


    Thanks, Eric S. Pcubed

    Wednesday, August 31, 2016 10:01 PM
  • yes, we can use filters to see the actual number of jobs thank you!

    is there any PowerShell command to find the actual number of jobs in Queue?


    Azhar


    Monday, May 8, 2017 7:44 PM
  • If  you are running Project Server 2016, there are several new PowerShell Commands.

    execute the following to get a list

    PS> GET-HELP *QUEUE*

    For example

    PS> GET-SPProjectQueueSettings


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