Hadoop Common
  1. Hadoop Common
  2. HADOOP-428

Condor and Hadoop Map Reduce integration

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    • Type: New Feature New Feature
    • Status: Closed
    • Priority: Major Major
    • Resolution: Won't Fix
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      Description

      The issue is about using/enhancing Condor's features for Hadoop's Map Reduce framework. Some of the early thoughts in this respect:

      • One should be able to submit a MR job that takes advantage of Condor's features like node reservation according to a job's requirements, monitoring of jobs, etc.
      • JobTracker and TaskTrackers work as Master/Workers in the Condor environment. One should be able to simply start a MR cluster and the cluster goes down when the job is done.
      • The classads can have an attribute for input file block locations that will be an input to Condor's scheduling decisions.
      • Condor's features of monitoring jobs can be leveraged to reschedule failed TaskTrackers. Checkpointing of JobTrackers can also probably be done so that if the JobTracker job dies for some reason, the failed jobs can be restarted to start from the point where the JobTracker was last checkpointed at (assuming the input data has not changed).
      • User priorities, job priorities should also be handled. If nodes are currently in use due to a job being run by one user, and another user of the same priority submits a new job, it gets queued and opportunistically the job of the second user is scheduled - for e.g., one master and 1 worker to start with and then 2 workers and so on... If the second user is of a higher priority, then the first user's job is completely suspended.
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          • Assignee:
            Devaraj Das
            Reporter:
            Devaraj Das
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