The Zenaton dashboard offers full visibility into all of your background processes and errors. The dashboard provides real time visuals for all workflows and tasks as well as activity for each agent.
It can be accessed by anyone on the team and offers a full toolset to identify and troubleshoot errors and retry tasks when they fail.
Workflow monitoring offers a high level view of all the tasks and shows the sequence of events within a workflow. It also provides details on each task and errors so that problems can be quickly identified and fixed.
The dashboard provides a clear and real-time view of the number of workflows running, as well as how many were killed or completed.
For a specific workflow type, you can see — in real-time — a representation of workflow instances.
Click on a workflow instance to view all of the ongoing or completed tasks and metadata.
Click on an individual task in the workflow to view the properties, output or processing history.
Note that if a job has failed, you will be able to see the error and stack trace here and manually retry the job.
View the previous 30 days of task instances grouped by type of task. This will allow you to see the history of each type of task regardless of whether they were executed as a single task or workflow - or even as part of multiple workflows.
View a real time overview of your connected agents. This allows you to verify that the agents are installed and running as they should. If there is a problem, you can quickly troubleshoot and fix it.
Select an agent to view more information.
Watch a real-time progression of tasks being executed on the agent for single tasks as well as tasks that are part of workflows.
View the agent parameters that are currently in use by your agent which you set during deployment (mostly what you have set in the .env file)
The settings tab is useful to make sure that the parameters match your expectations, for example after a new agent configuration deployment.
Note: normally tasks are distributed evenly over all agents but the agent can be configured to run specific types of tasks to optimize performance.
Zenaton dynamically deploys a queue for each new type of task or workflow encountered. Agents are dynamically configured to listen those queues — according to their own configuration.
So, the queue tab shows a list of all tasks or workflows that have been assigned to that agent and have run or started to run. This allows you to see the capability of the agent — what tasks or workflows are allowed to run.
It might be useful to check the advanced setup if you want the agent to “specialize” and use the
For example, if you have a workflow for resizing images, and you want it to be run only by the second agent that has more CPU capacity.
While an agent is running tasks, the output is written to two files:
zenaton.out for std-out and
zenaton.err for std-err.
Those tabs respectively give you the paths of the
zenaton.err files on your agent.