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runai suspend

Description

Suspend a Job

Suspending a Running Job will stop the Job and will not allow it to be scheduled until it is resumed using runai resume. This means that,

  • You will no longer be able to enter it via runai bash.
  • The Job logs will be deleted.
  • Any data saved on the container and not stored in a shared location will be lost.

Technically, the command deletes the Kubernetes pods associated with the Job and marks the Job as suspended until it is manually released.

Suspend and resume do not work with MPI and Inference

Synopsis

runai suspend <job-name>
    [--all | -A]

    [--loglevel value]
    [--project string | -p string]
    [--help | -h]

Options

<job-name> - The name of the Job to run the command with. Mandatory.

--all | -A

Suspend all Jobs in the current Project.

Global Flags

--loglevel (string)

Set the logging level. One of: debug | info | warn | error (default "info").

--project | -p (string)

Specify the Project to which the command applies. By default, commands apply to the default Project. To change the default Project use runai config project <project-name>.

--help | -h

Show help text.

Output

  • The Job will be suspended. When running runai list jobs the Job will be marked as Suspended.

See Also


Last update: November 9, 2021