all – List all the jobs in descending order.
count– A number specifying how many jobs to list in descending order. Default is 500.
endafter – List jobs finished after a specific date. See the detailed date format below. Example: 2005-07-20T11:53:04
endbefore – List jobs finished before a specific date. See the detailed date format below. Example: 2005-07-20T11:53:04
job – A job identification number.
server – The management name of a server. List all jobs based on a specific server.
startafter – List jobs started after a specific date. See the detailed date format below. Example: 2005-07-20T11:53:04
startbefore – List jobs started before a specific date. See the detailed date format below. Example: 2005-07-20T11:53:04
state – List all jobs based on a specific job state:
completed – List completed jobs.
error – List jobs that ended with errors.
notstarted – List jobs that have not started.
preflight – List jobs that are in a pre-run, test state.
pendingstop – List jobs that a user has canceled. A job must finish the current step on all servers before it can be canceled, so a job is in this state during that time period.
running – List currently running jobs.
stopped – List canceled or stopped jobs.
timedout – List jobs that have timed out and not finished.
warning – List jobs completed with warnings.
type – List all jobs based on a specific job type:
addbase – Add base management feature
addosmonitor – Add OS monitoring feature
createos – Create OS distribution from CD/DVD media or ISO files
deletejob – Job deletion
discover – Server discovery
loadfirmware – Load firmware update
loados – Load OS
loadupdate – Load OS update
refresh – Server refresh
removeosmonitor – Remove OS monitoring feature
reset – Server reboot
setagentip – Modify management feature configuration
start – Server power on
startcommand – Remote command execution
stop – Server power off
unloadupdate – Unload OS update
owner – The name of a user. List all jobs based on a specific user.
The following date format is used for the endbefore, endafter, startbefore, and startafter options:
CC – Century (a year divided by 100 and truncated to an integer) as a decimal number [00-99]. For example, CC is 19 for the year 1988 and 20 for the year 2007.
YY – Last two digits of the year number. If century (CC) is not specified, then values in the range 69-99 refer to years 1969 to 1999 inclusive, and values in the range 00-68 shall refer to years 2000 to 2068, inclusive.
MM – Month number.
DD – Day number in the month. The DD format can have values from 1 to 31 depending on the month and year.
T – Date/time separator.
hh – Hour number (24 hour system). The hh format can have values from 0 to 23.
mm – Minute number. The mm format can have values from 0 to 59.
ss – Second number. The ss format can have values from 0 to 60.
Z – Indicates a time zone. You can specify a general time zone such as Pacific Standard Time or PST, or an RFC 822 time zone such as –0800.