Job Lifecycle Configuring SQL job settingsIf you need to further customize your SQL Stream job, you can add more advanced features to configure the job restarting method and time, threads for parallelism, sample behavior, exatly once processing and restoring from savepoint.Stopping, restarting and editing SQL jobsAs a SQL Stream job processes streaming data, you need to stop the job to finish the process. You can restart a SQL Stream job after stopping it. In case you need to update or change the configurations that you have set for a SQL Stream job, you can restart it. You can navigate through the job life cycle using the Streaming SQL Console.Sampling data for a running jobYou can sample data from a running job. This is useful if you want to inspect the data to make sure the job is running correctly and producing the results you expect.Managing session for SQL jobsBy default, the SQL Stream jobs are running in a session cluster. This means that multiple Flink jobs run in the same YARN session sharing the cluster, allocated resources, the Job Manager and Task Managers. The session starts when you open the Streaming SQL Console. You can reset the session, and set the properties of the session using the Streaming SQL Console.