bkr-job-watch man page
bkr-job-watch — Watch the progress of a Beaker job
bkr job-watch [options] <taskspec>…
Specify one or more <taskspec> arguments to be watched. Each state change will be reported to stdout. The command will exit only when everything is finished.
The <taskspec> arguments follow the same format as in other bkr subcommands (for example, J:1234). See Specifying tasks in bkr(1).
Common bkr options are described in the Options section of bkr(1).
Non-zero on error, otherwise zero.
In its current implementation this command polls the Beaker server periodically for state changes. To avoid overloading the server, only the given <taskspec> arguments and none of their subcomponents are watched. This limitation will be addressed in an upcoming release (most likely by switching to a message bus).
Watch the progress of job 12345 and all recipes within it:
bkr job-watch J:12345
Due to the limitation noted above, this won’t actually watch any recipes within the job, although it should.
The Beaker team <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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bkr(1), bkr-job-submit(1), bkr-update-inventory(1).