- gcloud alpha genomics operations list - list Genomics operations in a project
gcloud alpha genomics operations list [--filter=FILTER] [--where=WHERE] [--limit=LIMIT] [GCLOUD_WIDE_FLAG ...]
(ALPHA) Prints a table with summary information on operations in the
A string for filtering operations created with the v2alpha1 API. In addition to
typical operators (AND, OR, =, >, etc.) the following filter fields are
metadata.createTime - The time the operation was created as a
timestamp YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS<time zone>. T can
also be used as a separator between the date and
time. The time zone is optional and can be
specified as an offset from UTC, a name, or 'Z'
for UTC. Run $ gcloud topic datetimes
to see more examples.
2018-02-15 16:53:38 America/Los_Angeles
done - A boolean for whether the operation has
error.code - A google.rpc.Code for a completed operation.
metadata.events - A set of strings for all events on the
metadata.labels - A map of string key and value for the operation.
labels.key = value
labels."key with space" = "value with space"
For the existence of a key with any value.
labels.key:* Run "$ gcloud topic filters" for more information.
- metadata.createTime - The time the operation was created as a
A string for filtering operations created with the v1alpha2 API. The following
filter fields are supported:
createTime - The time this job was created, in seconds from the
epoch. Can use '>=' and/or '<=' operators. status - Can be 'RUNNING', 'SUCCESS', 'FAILURE' or 'CANCELED'.
Only one status may be specified. labels.key - 'key' is a label key to match against a target value.
createTime <= 1432150000 AND
labels.batch = test AND
status = RUNNING'
To calculate the timestamp as seconds from the epoch, on UNIX-like systems (e.g.: Linux, Mac) use the 'date' command:
- $ date --date '20150701' '+%s'
or with Python (e.g.: Linux, Mac, Windows):
$ python \
'from time import mktime, strptime; print
int(mktime(strptime("01 July 2015", "%d %B %Y")))'
- createTime - The time this job was created, in seconds from the
LIST COMMAND FLAGS
Maximum number of resources to list. The default is unlimited. This flag
interacts with other flags that are applied in this order: --flatten,
--sort-by, --filter, --limit.
GCLOUD WIDE FLAGS
These flags are available to all commands: --account, --configuration, --flags-file, --flatten, --format, --help, --log-http, --project, --quiet, --trace-token, --user-output-enabled, --verbosity. Run $ gcloud help for details.
This command is currently in ALPHA and may change without notice. If this command fails with API permission errors despite specifying the right project, you will have to apply for early access and have your projects registered on the API whitelist to use it. To do so, contact Support at cloud.google.com/support