gerrit show-queue - Display the background work queues, including replication and indexing.


ssh -p <port> <host> gerrit show-queue
ssh -p <port> <host> ps


Presents a table of the pending activity the Gerrit daemon is currently performing, or will perform in the near future. Gerrit contains an internal scheduler, similar to cron, that it uses to queue and dispatch both short and long term activity.

Tasks that are completed or canceled exit the queue very quickly once they enter this state, but it can be possible to observe tasks in these states.


End-users may see a task in the queue only if they can also see the project the task is associated with. Tasks operating on other projects, or that do not have a specific project are hidden.

Members of the group 'Administrators', or any group that has been granted the 'View Queue' capability can see all queue entries.


Intended for interactive use only.



Do not format the output to the terminal width (default of 80 columns).


Group tasks by queue and print queue info.



Unique task identifier on this server. May be passed into kill to cancel or terminate the task. Task identifiers have a period of 2^32-1, and start from a random value.


If running, blank.

If the task has completed, but has not yet been reaped, 'done'. If the task has been killed, but has not yet halted or been removed from the queue, 'killed'.

If the task is ready to execute but is waiting for an idle thread in its associated thread pool, 'waiting'.

Otherwise the time (local to the server) that this task will begin execution.


Short text description of the task that will be performed at the given time.


The following queue contains two tasks scheduled to replicate the tools/gerrit.git project to two different remote systems, dst1 and dst2:

$ ssh -p 29418 gerrit show-queue
Task     State                 Command
7aae09b2 14:31:15.435          mirror dst1:/home/git/tools/gerrit.git
9ad09d27 14:31:25.434          mirror dst2:/var/cache/tools/gerrit.git
2 tasks