This page displays additional build properties, including the full command line, environment, and eMake version for a specific build.
Under the Build Status Bar, select a tab to show Details, Configuration, or Metrics information for your build.
Build’s result or status:
Paused by a breakpoint
Timed out. For details about possible causes, see KB article KBEA-00039 “ Fixing builds that the Cluster Manager reports as timed out.”
Failed or encountered an error
Running but waiting for a build license. This appears when the number of concurrent builds has reached the license limit. The build will resume when another build stops running for any reason (because it completed successfully, completed with an error, was stopped from the Cluster Manager, timed out, and so on).
Build name as defined by the build class tag definition
Build ID number assigned by the Cluster Manager
Date and time the build was started
Build class to which the build belongs. A default build class name
Build duration (the elapsed time between the start and end time)
Number of conflicts in the build
This pane displays detailed information about the build and the machine that invoked the build. If a breakpoint is active and was triggered, this information appears here also. For details about using ecbreakpoint, see Using Breakpoints.
Workload—Sum of agent usage over all agents (in seconds). This value also appears in the annotation file
Wait Time—Time that the build spent waiting for agents to become available
License Wait Time-Time that the build spent waiting for a license to become available.
Jobcache Workload Saved Time-Time that build saved by using jobcache.
Speedup-How mych faster the build was than if it was built without parallelization.
Job Count—Number of jobs run during the build
Priority—Priority at which the build was run
Min Agents—Minimum number of agents used during the build
Max Agents—Maximum number of agents that can be used by the build
Effective Agent Alloc—Percentage of time the build was able to get all the agents it requested that were available for it to use. 100% means the build had all requested agents 100% of the time, while a lower percentage means that there were periods where agents that could have been used by this build were allocated to other builds
IP set—If eMake was directed to use an alternate set of IP addresses to access agent hosts, this field indicates which set was used. For details, see Configuring eMake and Agents for Multiple Interface Communications.
Host Name—Name of the machine from which the build was started
IP Address—IP address of the machine from which the build was started
User Name—Effective name of the user that started the build. This will be the same as the OS User Name unless -
OS User Name—Actual name of the user that started the build. This will be the same as the User Name unless
User Label—Label portion of the build name
Platform—Platform on which the build ran
History Exists—Whether or not a history file existed for the build.
This pane includes several build properties and displays build environment variables. AnnoDetail lists the annotation options used for the build. These options might have been specified on the eMake command line, or they might be inherited from the build class
This pane includes more than 50 metrics characterizing different aspects of build performance. For definitions of these metrics, see Annotation - Metrics in Annotation Files.