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From Francisco Blaya <francisco.bl...@hivehome.com>
Subject Flink 1.7.1 - Parallel tasks in different Task Managers
Date Fri, 11 Jan 2019 14:28:40 GMT
Hi,

We are trying to upgrade to Flink 1.7.1. We have a job with parallelism > 1
over 2 tasks. Due to implementation details outside our control one of
these tasks cannot share the same JVM with another parallel instance i.e.
if the parallelism is 4 we need 4 slots across different Task Managers.

That requirement was met in Flink 1.6.1. Upfront provisioning of Task
Managers (8 slots each) and deploying that job first think into the cluster
did the trick.

However in Flink 1.7.1 it looks like Task Managers are drawn on demand as
you deploy jobs. As a consequence we cannot get the parallel tasks deployed
to different Task Managers.

We have thought of having a separate cluster just for that job where we can
configure the Task Managers with one slot each. This way we'll get one
parallel instance per Task Manager although we haven't tried it out.

Can anyone think of a way of making that work without requiring a separate
cluster for that single job?

Regards,
Fran

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