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  1. Hadoop YARN
  2. YARN-3813 Support Application timeout feature in YARN.
  3. YARN-5759

Capability to register for a notification/callback on the expiry of timeouts

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    • Resolution: Duplicate
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      There is a need for the YARN native services REST-API service, to take certain actions once a timeout of an application expires. For example, an immediate requirement is to destroy a Slider application, once its lifetime timeout expires and YARN has stopped the application. Destroying a Slider application means cleanup of Slider HDFS state store and ZK paths for that application.

      Potentially, there will be advanced requirements from the REST-API service and other services in the future, which will make this feature very handy.

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