runs stop command
Stop one or more runs.
Runs are stopped by specifying one or more RUN arguments. See SPECIFYING RUNS and FILTER topics for information on specifying runs to be stopped.
Only runs with status of 'running' are considered for this operation.
RUN is not specified, the latest selected run is stopped.
You may use one or more
RUN arguments to indicate which runs
apply to the command.
RUN may be a run ID, a run ID prefix, or a
one-based index corresponding to a run returned by the list
Indexes may also be specified in ranges in the form
START is the start index and
END is the end
END may be omitted. If
omitted, all runs up to
END are selected. If
END id omitted,
all runs from
START on are selected. If both
are omitted (i.e. the
: char is used by itself) all runs are
RUN argument is not specified,
0 is assumed (the most
recent run with status 'running').
Filtering by operation and label
Runs may be filtered by operation using
‑‑operation. A run is
only included if any part of its full operation name, including
the package and model name, matches the value.
‑‑label to only include runs with labels matching a
‑‑label may be used multiple times to expand
the runs that are included.
‑‑unlabeled to only include runs without labels. This option
may not be used with
‑‑marked to only include marked runs.
Stopping remote runs
To stop remote runs, use
REMOTE is the name of a configured remote. Use
to list available remotes.
For information on configuring remotes, see remotes.
|-o, --operation VAL||
Include runs with operations matching
|-l, --label VAL||
Include runs with labels matching
Include only runs without labels.
Include only marked runs.
Include only unmarked runs.
|-r, --remote REMOTE||
Stop remote runs.
Do not prompt before stopping.
Don't wait for remote runs to stop.
|--help||Show command help and exit.|