You want to get the list of agents connected to the cluster.


Call the getAgentInfo() method on the ClusterJobScheduler to retrieve the list of agents currently connected to the coordinator.

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package stkscalabilitysdk.howto;

import java.util.List;

import agi.parallel.client.ClusterJobScheduler;
import agi.parallel.infrastructure.AgentSnapshot;

public class GetCoordinatorSnapshot {
    public static void main(String[] args) {
        ClusterJobScheduler scheduler = new ClusterJobScheduler("localhost");
        try {
            List<AgentSnapshot> agents = scheduler.getAgentInfo();
            for (int i = 0; i < agents.size(); i++) {
                System.out.println(String.format("Agent #%s, MachineName=%s, HostCount=%s, Activity=%s", i + 1, agents.get(i).getMachineName(), agents.get(i).getCapacity(), agents.get(i).getActivity()));
        } finally {

         * The output of the application should resemble:
         * Agent #1, MachineName=AgentComputerName1, HostCount=12, Activity=Idle
         * Agent #2, MachineName=AgentComputerName2, HostCount=8, Activity=Idle
         * Agent #3, MachineName=AgentComputerName3, HostCount=8, Activity=Idle
         * Agent #4, MachineName=AgentComputerName4, HostCount=8, Activity=Idle


Getting the list of agents is useful when checking to make sure the coordinator is in a certain state before submitting tasks. Another use for getting the list of agents is to display the information for monitoring purposes.

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