If you’re running Dremio 18.0+, you may replace the existing Jobs screens with an updated and more interactive experience. For more information, see the new Jobs UI section below.
Navigating to the Job History page allows you to view all prevously-run and ongoing queries as they are completed by Dremio. The table on the left lists jobs in chronological order, with columns providing minimal details about the job itself. Clicking on an individual row will expand that job on the right-hand side of the screen via the Job Details pane. This section of the screen provides a detailed breakdown of the query and its results.
These new screens are only available via instances using Dremio v18.0+. The Job History and Job Details screens are replaced with a more interactive and visually-driven layout.
The Job History page acts as a dynamic and user-friendly interface through which you may view all previously-run queries and delve deep into a job’s details on a query-by-query basis.
By default, this new layout is disabled and must be activated manually. To enable the new UI and replace the existing Job History and Job Details pages, use the support key
This will be automatically enabled in a future version of Dremio.
The term “job” is used to describe an individual query run using Dremio. Thus this page displays a list of all previously-run jobs for the previous XX days. The ordering of these jobs may be manipulated by column data in ascending or descending order.
The Query Plan Visualizer offers a graphical representation of the SQL execution tree, effectively enabling users to see all resources used for an individual query, including nodes, reflections, and individual datasets. Those nodes deemed most expensive, meaning time-intensive, will appear more colorful, whereas the less-used resources will appear dimmed.
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