The leftmost column of the Optimizations table displays the status of each job. There are 4 status types: Queued, Processing, Success, and Failed.
Pages that are in the queue and waiting to be processed are marked as Queued. Pages are optimized in the order that they were added to the queue. Jobs that are queued manually are moved to the front of the line.
Once RapidLoad begins parsing and optimizing a page, it’s status will update to Processing. You can cancel an in-progress job by selecting “Remove” from the context menu on its row.
A job’s status changes to Success when the job is complete and there are no errors to report.
Successful jobs which ran as part of a rule will be marked as Rule-Based.
A job’s status is marked Failed when an error occurs. Failures are rare and generally indicate an issue with the RapidLoad API. Check the RapidLoad Status page for information on a possible outage. If all systems are operational, try refreshing the job. If failure persists, please reach out to support.