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Maybe not quite the answer you are looking for but were you aware of the performance profiling feature in Alteryx?
Although this would not help while the workflow was in progress, you would be able to see what tools took the most time after the workflow has completed. If you select this option it will include the results in the workflow messages output.
You can also set a runtime limit on the server settings if 6 hours is too long for a single workflow to be running on your server.
Andy Cooper Senior Solutions Engineer - EMEA Alteryx
Yes, I've used that during the development to find out the % of time taken by each tool within a workflow..
I'm more looking for real time progress logs/information when a workflow is scheduled on the server via the scheduler. This is quite important if you have workflows that connect directly to multiple source systems and perform some heavy blending/transformations/analytics.. and we got no clue on at what stage the workflow execution is at when it is scheduled on the server!
Unfortunately, no, nothing is immediately coming to mind. However, being able to view the output log in the scheduler in "real time" is something we are looking at when considering scheduler improvments for the future.