Job history with queue hopping - MediaConvert
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Job history with queue hopping

Viewing the settings values of hopped jobs

When a job hops queues, the values for the settings queue and priority remain how you set them when you created the job. You can see the values for the job's post-hop destination and queue priority in these ways:

  • In the console, you can see the values for the job's post-hop destination queue and priority. To see these settings, view the job details and then choose Settings. For more information about viewing the details of your completed jobs, see Viewing your job history.

  • When you send a GetJob request, you can see these values in the response body under queueTransitions.

Billing tags for hopped jobs

If you use tags on your MediaConvert queues to sort your Amazon bill, the charges for your jobs are under the submission queue, not the execution queue. For more information about using tags to sort your Amazon bill, see Setting up AWS Elemental MediaConvert resources for cost allocation through tagging.

Note

Cost allocation based on queue only applies to jobs executed in on-demand queues. When your submission queue is a reserved queue and your job hops to an on-demand queue, the charges for that on-demand job appear in your cost allocation report. If you don't put tags on your reserved queue, those charges appear in the report unsorted.

Listing hopped jobs

When you call ListJobs or when you view your jobs on the console, if you filter by queue, MediaConvert shows you the jobs that you submitted to that queue. For example, if you submit a job to Queue1 and it hops to Queue2, that job appears in lists filtered for Queue1 and not in lists filtered for Queue2.