Airflow provides a multitude of views to monitor the scheduled running and results of
Airflow describes DAGs as a collection of all the tasks you want to run, organized in
a way that reflects their relationships and dependencies. For more information about
DAGs, refer to the Airflow documentation.
Airflow provides a number of views that you can use to monitor and analyze the
results of your DAGs. You can access your DAGs via the Airflow web interface.
- DAGs View
- Displays a list of your available DAGs. Each DAG is displayed on its own
row, which contains information about it, such as a number of quick links to
other Airflow views, the schedule, and the number of successful, in
progress, or failed runs.
- Tree View
- Displays the run history of the DAG broken down by operator. This view
displays the status of each run.
- Graph View
- Displays the various tasks, their dependencies, and status of the current
- Gantt Chart
- Displays a single DAG's task information in a timeline, enabling users to
analyze the duration and overlap of tasks.
- Task Duration
- Displays a line chart of the duration of the tasks in your DAG over various
- Task Tries
- Displays the a graph of the number of times a task is tried in a run for a
given number of runs.
- Landing Times
- Displays the total time elapsed for each task, including any retries.
- Code View
- Displays the code behind your DAG.
- Displays the log for the DAG.
- DAG details
- Displays the descriptive details of the selected DAG.
- Task Instance Context Menu
- Displays information about the task you've selected. This menu gives you
information based on the context where you've clicked on it.
For more information about the Airflow user interface, refer to the Airflow UI/Screenshots documentation.