hub job list

Returns a list of all Data Hub jobs.

Use the hub job list command to return a list of all Data Hub jobs with or without date and time specifications.

Usage

hub job list --f from datetime --t to datetime
Required Argument Description
No --f from datetime

If you want to see the list for a specific date and time range, specify the starting date and time for the range, in the format 'MM-dd-yyyy HH:mm:ss'. For example, December 31, 2014 1:00 PM would be specified as '12-31-2014 13:00:00'.

When you specify a date and time range, the list will include jobs that started execution on or after the date you specified in the --f argument and before the date you specify in the --t argument.

If you omit this argument the list will include jobs that started execution on the current date.

No --t to datetime

If you want to see the list for a specific date and time range, specify the ending date and time for the range, in the format 'MM-dd-yyyy HH:mm:ss'. For example, December 31, 2014 1:00 PM would be specified as '12-31-2014 13:00:00'.

When you specify a date and time range, the list will include jobs that started execution on or after the date you specified in the --f argument and before the date you specify in the --t argument.

If you omit this argument the list will include jobs that started execution on or after the date specified in the --f argument.

Example

This example lists all Data Hub jobs executed on or after January 1, 2010 at 00:00:00.

hub job list --f '01-01-2010 00:00:00'