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Job Trends

The Clusters > Job Trends tab plots the trends of all the jobs running in a cluster for a specific period.


The Clusters > Job Trends tab has the following two sections:

  • Graphs: Plots the trend of the job count over a specified period.

  • Tables: Displays the list of the running applications with the following details displayed for the specified period.

Viewing Job Trends

To view the resources usage, do the following:

  1. Go to the Clusters > Jobs tab.

  2. From the Cluster drop-down list, select a cluster.

  3. Select the period range from the date picker drop-down. You can also provide a custom period range. The graphs corresponding to the selected filters are displayed.

  4. From the Interval drop-down list. Based on the selected period range, the interval options are changed.

  5. From the Group By drop-down, select an option. You can group job trends using any one of the following options:

    • State

    • Application type

    • User

    • Queue


    You can filter the Group By options further from the Filter options box. Click Deselect-X.png next to an option to deselect it.

    For example, if you select Application Type as a Group By option, all the application types are listed in the Filter options box. You can then drill down to a specific application type, such as Spark.

    Click export-format.png in the upper-right of a graph to export the graph data to PDF, PNG, JPEG, SVG, CSV, or XLS formats.

  6. Click any point in the graph.


    The following details of the resources used for the running jobs are displayed in a table:




    The type of application where the job is running.


    Status of the job.


    Name of the user running the job.

    App Name/ID

    Name or ID of the application where the job is running.

    Start Time

    The time when the job was started.


    Period till when the job has been running.




    Percentage of the progress of the running job.

    Memory MB

    Memory in MB that is used by the job.


    Number of VCores used by the job.

    Running Containers

    Number of running containers.

    Click the download-csv.png button in the upper-right of a table to export the table data as a CSV file.

    Click column-setting.png in the table to select the columns that must display.