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Allow users to view the compute profile that was used in a given (historical or current) pipeline run


As a user, I would like to view the compute profile that was used to run a pipeline, so that I can tell the exact compute profile, including all the overrides that were used to run a pipeline at a point in time.

Acceptance criteria
1. The profile should contain all the overrides that were applied at the time that the pipeline was run.
2. Values of all the profile parameters should be the ones that were used at the time the pipeline was run, not the ones that are stored as defaults for the profile.

1. The Run Config of a pipeline should display the profile that was used for that pipeline in the Run level section.
2. In addition, the Compute profile of a pipeline should also be displayed in the far right of the Run level section.

3. Upon clicking the compute profile, a summary of the compute profile should be displayed in a popover

The summary should contain:
3.1 The provisioner
3.2 The scope
3.3 The last 24 hour runs breakdown (success and failure)
3.4 The node hours
3.5 The creation date
3.6 System and business tags
3.7 A link to take you to the profile details page.

Release Notes



Ajai Narayanan
April 3, 2018, 8:56 PM
Ajai Narayanan
April 9, 2018, 6:31 PM

A few details,

  • like profile information (last 24hrs run count, creation date, last 24hr node hour etc.,) are missing from profile preview for run record.

  • Profile customizations

are missing the above PR.

Bhooshan Mogal
April 30, 2018, 4:38 PM

, profile customizations shouldn't be part of this jira, right?

Ajai Narayanan
May 2, 2018, 10:08 PM

Yeah. This Jira https://issues.cask.co/browse/CDAP-13398 is used to track it.




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