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Topic: CommandWindowOutput of running tasks
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Edric Ellis

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Re: CommandWindowOutput of running tasks
Posted: Jul 17, 2013 3:40 AM
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"Muhammad " <mahmadriaz@gmail.com> writes:

> I am running MDCserver. I have 16 workers performing about 110 jobs. Normally
> the CPUs of two machines having these workers are at 100% usage. I noticed that
> around 10 tasks were pending and 16 were running but the cpu usage was 0%. I
> left it for 1 hour but no more tasks were completed. I know my tasks do not take
> so much long. How can I inspect the commandWindowOutput of these tasks. I have
> set the capturecommandwindowoutput property to TRUE. But it turns on the output
> is copied to task.commandwindowoutput only once the task is completed and is
> empty when its runnning. How can I inspect what is making these tasks halt?


If you are using R2012b or later, the CommandWindowOutput property of
the tasks should update while the tasks are running.

Cheers,

Edric.



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