bkr-job-modify man page
bkr-job-modify — Modify Beaker jobs
bkr job-modify [options] <taskspec> [--response <response>] [--retention-tag <retention_tag>] [--product <product>] [--priority <priority>]
Specify one or more <taskspec> arguments to be modified.
The <taskspec> arguments follow the same format as in other bkr subcommands (for example, J:1234). See Specifying tasks in bkr(1).
- --response <response>
Sets the response type of the job. Can be either ‘ack’ or ‘nak’.
- --retention-tag <retention_tag>
Sets the retention tag of a job. Must co-incide with correct product value. Please refer to the job page to see a list of available retention tags.
- --product <product>
Sets the product of a job. Must co-incide with correct retention tag value. Please refer to the job page to see a list of available products.
- --priority <priority>
Sets the priority. Recipe sets with higher priority are scheduled sooner by Beaker’s scheduler. Only permitted for recipe sets and jobs which are queued. Valid priorities are: Low, Medium, Normal, High, Urgent.
- --whiteboard <whiteboard>
Sets the whiteboard of a job or recipe. The whiteboard is a free-form string to describe the job or recipe.
Common bkr options are described in the Options section of bkr(1).
Non-zero on error, otherwise zero.
Set a recipe set to ‘ack’:
bkr job-modify RS:1 –response ack
Set multiple jobs to be ‘nak’:
bkr job-modify J:1 J:2 –response nak
Set a job’s retention tag of 60days:
bkr job-modify J:1 –retention-tag 60days
Set a job’s product to validproduct and the audit retention tag:
bkr job-modify J:1 –product validproduct –retention-tag audit
Unset a job’s product and change to the scratch retention tag:
bkr job-modify J:1 –retention-tag scratch –product=
Set a job’s priority to ‘High’ which will apply to all the recipe sets in the job:
bkr job-modify J:1 –priority High
Set a recipe set’s priority to ‘High’:
bkr job-modify RS:1 –priority High
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