Usually, I use autorep to search for all jobs with a specific name, I want to find all jobs that run under a certain machine name or owner.
here's the problem:
i think they ran out of letters in the alphabet
WHERE: -J JobName -I ApplicationName -B GroupName -o OverRideNumber -X ExternalInstanceName -Y UserDefinedJobType -z GlobalBlobName -G GlobalName -M MachineName -C ConnectionProfileName -V ResourceName -d Generates a detail report -s Generates a summary report -q Generates a query report (Jil format) -p Generates an agent version, plug-in and advanced integrations report -w Reports names using the long form (wide) -n Reports truncated names (narrow) -t Includes the timezone in the report -R RunNumber Generates the report for the job run specified in run_num -L PrintLevel Generated Box Job hierarchy report will be limited to level specified -f BlobDownloadDirectory Blob data download location -a Download blob data to file as ASCII text -usr AuthUser User to authenticate with external security -pw AuthPassword Plain text password for user authentication -pwx AuthEncryptedPassword Encrypted password for user authentication -saml AuthArtifact Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) artifact for single sign-on authentication -x Returns version information -? Help
NOTE: 1. -J OR -M OR -G OR -B OR -I OR -X OR -Y OR -V are required parameters. 2. If OverRideNumber = 0, it will display override number currently in effect. 3. If both [-B GroupName] and [-I ApplicationName] attributes are specified, this is treated as an AND condition. 4. [-J JobName] and [-B GroupName or -I ApplicationName][-X] are mutually exclusive. 5. The [-a] and/or [-f] attributes are valid with the attribute pair [-J JobName] and [-q] or with the [-z GlobalBlobName] attribute
See this thread for a way to retrieve jobs by machine via command line using python.
The autorep does not support running reports based on owner or machine. It would be a nice to have and I believe it has been suggested multiple times by various users over the years. I think it was never pursued because the "nice to have" vs. "need to have" didn't weigh out in its favor. I would still love to see that feature. You can use WCC Quickedit for that, but being able to use the command line would be extremely helpful in many situations.
WCC can get you jobs based on machine/owners using filters etc.
We are using autosys 11.3.6 if it matters.
+1 for Lisa's comment, besides not every Co has WCC, even the one's with 11.3.5