Understanding the Progress and Progress Message Job Properties
Updated: August 2010
Applies To: Windows HPC Server 2008 R2
The following table describes the Progress and Progress Message job properties:
Set and Mayntained by the HPC Job Scheduler service based on the number of tasks that have completed for that job.
By default, the HPC Job Scheduler service sets and Mayntains the value for the Progress property. The service does not continue to update Progress for a job if you provide a value for the Progress property through the command line interface, HPC PowerShell™, or the APIs.
To set the Progress and Progress Message properties in a batch (.bat) file, an HPC PowerShell script (.ps1), or in an application, you can use the
%CCP_JOBID% environment variable to get the job ID of the current job.
In a .bat file, use the job modify command, for example:
Job modify %CCP_JOBID% /progress:50 /progressmsg:”Hello”
In a .ps1 file, use the Set-HpcJob cmdlet, for example:
set-HpcJob –id %CCP_JOBID% -progress 50 –progressmessage ”Hello”
For an example of how to set job progress through the APIs, see Steps: Setting Progress Information from an Application later in this guide.
Values for the Progress and Progress Message properties can be set for jobs that are in the following states: