globus task event-list
`globus task event-list [OPTIONS] TASK_ID
globus task event-list --filter-errors [OPTIONS] TASK_ID
globus task event-list --filter-non-errors [OPTIONS] TASK_ID
This command shows the recent events for a running task. Most events of interest are fault events, which are errors which occurred on an endpoint but which are non-fatal to a task. For example, Permission Denied errors on an endpoint don’t cancel the task because they are often resolvable — at which point the task would retry succeed.
Events may be filtered using '--filter-errors' or '--filter-non-errors', but these two options may not be used in tandem.
Limit number of results. [default: 10]
Filter results to errors
Filter results to non errors
- -v, --verbose
Control level of output
- -h, --help
Show this message and exit.
Output format for stdout. Defaults to text
A JMESPath expression to apply to json output. Takes precedence over any specified '--format' and forces the format to be json processed by this expression
Map HTTP statuses to any of these exit codes: 0,1,50-99. e.g. "404=50,403=51"
When output is in text mode, the following fields are used:
Show why a task is paused, producing JSON output:
$ globus task pause-info TASK_ID --format JSON
0 on success.
1 if a network or server error occurred, unless --map-http-status has been used to change exit behavior on http error codes.
2 if the command was used improperly.
3 if the command was used on the wrong type of object, e.g. a collection command used on an endpoint.
4 if the command has authentication or authorization requirements which were not met, as in ConsentRequired errors or missing logins.