Watch Job Output in Terminal¶
It was very helpful that the
job-hello-world job build included the terminal output from running
git commands to clone the git repo and the output of the running
You can also view this output from the terminal with
fly -t tutorial watch -j hello-world/job-hello-world
The output will be similar to:
using version of resource found in cache initializing running echo hello world hello world succeeded
--build NUM option allows you to see the output of a specific build number, rather than the latest build output.
You can see the results of recent builds across all pipelines with
fly -t tutorial builds
The output will look like:
3 hello-world/job-hello-world 1 succeeded 2016-26@17:22:13+1000 2016-26@17:22:23+1000 10s 2 one-off n/a succeeded 2016-26@17:15:02+1000 2016-26@17:16:36+1000 1m34s 1 one-off n/a succeeded 2016-26@17:13:34+1000 2016-26@17:14:11+1000 37s
fly watch command can also be a battery saver on your laptop. Hear me out: I've observed that watching jobs run in the Concourse Web UI uses a lot more battery power than running
fly watch in a terminal. Your mileage may vary.