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View pipeline runs

This page explains how to view all Layer pipeline runs. A pipeline run occurs when you run a project with layer start for a project. Layer builds the dependent feature sets and trains the models of that project in the right order. This entire process is the pipeline run.

Layer allows you to have up to ten concurrent runs. You might want to list the runs so that you can see all the projects that are currently running. You might also want to view a previous project, get the run ID, and check its logs.

Layer allows you to list all active runs using the layer runs command. This returns the following information for each pipeline run:

  • ID
  • The parent project name
  • Status
  • Creation time
  • Duration

For more information, refer to CLI commands.

List current pipeline runs

  1. Log in to Layer.
  2. Run the following command in your terminal:
layer runs

This command returns the current pipeline. Here is an example:

layer runs example

List all pipeline runs

  1. Log in to Layer.
  2. Run the following command in your terminal:
layer runs -a

This command returns all current and past pipelines. Here is an example:

layer runs -a example