Version: 6.3.3

Monitor Actions

This is a guide to viewing action details in Fabric Console.

Every Skill has an action that performs the work of Skill. A single action may be used by multiple Skills.

The Actions tab, which is accessed from the Agents list, displays action definitions that have been deployed in the Project.

Action types

  • Jobs: Deliver messages that kick off a sequence of commands listed in a file or script submitted for execution as a single unit. Jobs are used to process high volumes of data that would normally consume long-term memory if run in the foreground, as well as for running programs that require little to no user interaction and are required to run on a regular basis. Jobs are queued and executed in a series of tasks.
  • Daemons: A web server typically used for ML predictions and serving inquiries. Once started, daemons run indefinitely and are executed on demand.

View the Actions list and details

To navigate to the Actions list and details views:

  1. Log in to the Fabric Console and select a Project.
  2. Click Agents in the left menu.
  3. Click the Actions tab to display a list of Actions that have been deployed to the Project.
  4. Click the name of a Skill to display the Skill details view.

Actions list

The actions list is a searchable table that displays:

  • Action name: The name assigned to the action when it is configured
  • Action type: Daemon or Job
  • Image: User-supplied identifier for the image

Click the name of an Action to view the metadata details for it.

Daemon details

Click the Name of the daemon to open the details page to view the metadata of that action.

Metadata included in the Daemon Detail view includes:

  • Daemon Name: Assigned during creation
  • Image: Docker image name
  • Port: The open port of your Dockerized web server that is required to run the daemon
  • Environment Variables: User-defined variables for the daemon
  • Created at (UTC): The deployment timestamp

Job details

Click the Name of the job to open the details page to view the metadata of that action.

Metadata included in the Job Detail view includes:

  • Job Name: Assigned during creation
  • Image: Docker image name
  • Port: The open port that is required to run the job
  • Command: Command used to execute the job tasks
  • Created at (UTC): The deployment timestamp