How to Stop Jobs

bhupendra_patilbhupendra_patil Administrator, Employee, Member Posts: 168 RM Data Scientist
edited November 2018 in Knowledge Base

RapidMiner studio users have the ability to submit jobs to be executed on RapidMiner server if they have the right set of permissions.

However sometimes the user may want to stop a job that was just submitted. SImilar need may arise for jobs that were scheduled to run and for some reason need to be interrupted. This article covers these use cases


1) Stopping a job submitted from Studio

 Users who have submitted the job from the Studio client, can do so using the "server monitor" panel. Server Monitor panel is hidden by default, but can be enabled by going through the Following Menu in the studio client 

View >> Show Panels >>Server Monitor (You can then drag the panel and dock it anywhere you like).

One the panel you should be able to see a list of all of the server that the studio client is connected to. You should also be able to see the list of current running jobs.

Ensure that the correct value of the the Filter Drop down is selected.





To stop a job simply right click on the job and click on Stop


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2) Cancelling the job from RapidMiner Server Interface. 

Sometimes the administrator may desire to cancel job. This can be easily done from the server web interface.

After log in into the RapidMiner server, navigate to 

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You should then see a list of currently Running and completed process, Running process appear with the blue play (Triangle) icon and completed process appear with green check mark. Failed process appear with a red cross sign.

Running process will have an additional option to abort the process. It look like square stop sign below the running process details.

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Please ensure that you do not change anything in "Currently Defined Triggers" unless intended. Those are your scheduled jobs. Updating them will update the schedule











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