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From Maximilian Michels <...@apache.org>
Subject Flink's multi-user support
Date Wed, 29 Apr 2015 15:33:31 GMT
Hi everyone,

Currently Flink accepts jobs from multiple clients and executes them
concurrently if the resource limits are not exceeded. However, the
multi-user support is very poor. We don't support queuing of jobs and
concurrent jobs have to share resources in a nice way. Otherwise, jobs will

Using YARN, we circumvent these problems because it provides a proper user
and session management. I'm wondering now, should we get rid of the pseudo
multi-user mode and just support one user per Flink cluster instance?


This question came up when I was working on a pull request to support
backtracking intermediate results. I need to hold a copy of the full
previous execution graph to resume from old results. With multiple users,
we have to build in some kind of session management to archive old
execution graphs. Otherwise, they will consume too much memory in the job

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