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How to run a Serverless Job

Reviewed on 14 November 2023Published on 14 November 2023

This page shows you how to manually run a Serverless Job from the Scaleway console. You can also run a Serverless Job with contextual options that only apply to one run.

Security & Identity (IAM)

To perform certain actions described below, you must either be the Owner of the Organization in which the actions will be performed or an IAM user with the necessary permissions.

Requirements
  • You have an account and are logged into the Scaleway console
  • You have created a job

How to run a job

  1. Click Jobs in the Serverless section of the side menu. The Serverless Jobs page displays.
  2. Click the name of the job you want to run. The job Overview tab displays.
  3. Click the Actions button, then click Run job in the drop-down menu. Your job starts, and a new entry appears in the Job runs section.

The Job runs section contains basic monitoring information for your jobs:

  • A status, that can be running, succeeded, canceled, or failed
  • A unique identifier
  • A start date and an end date
  • The duration of the job execution
Tip

Use Cockpit for in-depth monitoring of the activity of your serverless jobs.

How to run a job with contextual options

  1. Click Jobs in the Serverless section of the side menu. The Serverless Jobs page displays.
  2. Click the name of the job you want to run. The job Overview tab displays.
  3. Click the Actions button, then click Run job with options in the drop-down menu. The contextual options wizard displays.
  4. Enter the following elements in the wizard:
    • Number of jobs to run: the number of simultaneous jobs to execute at the same time.
    • Contextual environment variables: the environment variables to use for this specific job run (in case of collision, overrides environment variables with the same key defined in the job definition).
    • Contextual startup command: the startup command to use for this specific job (overrides the startup command defined in the job definition).
  5. Click Run job. Your job starts, and a new entry appears in the Job runs section.

The Job runs section contains basic monitoring information for your jobs:

  • A status, that can be running, succeeded, canceled, or failed
  • A unique identifier
  • A start date and an end date
  • The duration of the job execution
Tip

Use Cockpit for in-depth monitoring of the activity of your serverless jobs.

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