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From "Junping Du (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Updated] (MAPREDUCE-6680) JHS UserLogDir scan algorithm sometime could skip directory with update in CloudFS (Azure FileSystem, S3, etc.)
Date Mon, 18 Apr 2016 14:07:25 GMT

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Junping Du updated MAPREDUCE-6680:
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    Description: 
In our cluster based on a Cloud FileSystem, we notice JHS sometimes could skip directory with
.jhist file in scanning.
The behavior is like:
First round scan, doesn't found .jhist file:
{noformat}
16/04/13 11:14:34 DEBUG azure.NativeAzureFileSystem: Found path as a directory with 6 files
in it.
16/04/13 11:14:34 DEBUG hs.HistoryFileManager: Found 0 files
...
{noformat}

Then, we see "Scan not needed of ..." for the same directory every 3 minutes until application
failed as timeout.

>From our analysis, we found the root cause is: most of Cloud File System (Azure FS, S3,
etc.) is truncating file/directory modification time to seconds instead of milliseconds -
which could due to limit of http protocol (from discussion at: https://forums.aws.amazon.com/thread.jspa?messageID=476615).


So if the time sequence is happen to be: latest non .jhist file modification on directory
happens at T1, directory scanning happens at T2, .jhist file added to directory at T3. If
we have {{T1< T2 < T3}} and T1 is equal to T3 after truncating to seconds, this issue
could appear.

  was:
In our cluster based on a Cloud FileSystem, we notice JHS sometimes could skip directory with
.jhist file in scanning.
The behavior is like:
First round scan, doesn't found .jhist file:
{noformat}
16/04/13 11:14:34 DEBUG azure.NativeAzureFileSystem: Found path as a directory with 6 files
in it.
16/04/13 11:14:34 DEBUG hs.HistoryFileManager: Found 0 files
...
{noformat}

Then, we see "Scan not needed of ..." for the same directory every 3 minutes until application
failed as timeout.

>From our analysis, we found the root cause is: most of Cloud File System (Azure, S3, etc.)
is truncating file/directory modification time to seconds instead of milliseconds - which
could due to limit of http protocol (from discussion at: https://forums.aws.amazon.com/thread.jspa?messageID=476615).


So if the time sequence is happen to be: latest non .jhist file modification on directory
happens at T1, directory scanning happens at T2, .jhist file added to directory at T3. If
we have {{T1< T2 < T3}} and T1 is equal to T3 after truncating to seconds, this issue
could appear.


> JHS UserLogDir scan algorithm sometime could skip directory with update in CloudFS (Azure
FileSystem, S3, etc.)
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: MAPREDUCE-6680
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/MAPREDUCE-6680
>             Project: Hadoop Map/Reduce
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: jobhistoryserver
>            Reporter: Junping Du
>            Assignee: Junping Du
>
> In our cluster based on a Cloud FileSystem, we notice JHS sometimes could skip directory
with .jhist file in scanning.
> The behavior is like:
> First round scan, doesn't found .jhist file:
> {noformat}
> 16/04/13 11:14:34 DEBUG azure.NativeAzureFileSystem: Found path as a directory with 6
files in it.
> 16/04/13 11:14:34 DEBUG hs.HistoryFileManager: Found 0 files
> ...
> {noformat}
> Then, we see "Scan not needed of ..." for the same directory every 3 minutes until application
failed as timeout.
> From our analysis, we found the root cause is: most of Cloud File System (Azure FS, S3,
etc.) is truncating file/directory modification time to seconds instead of milliseconds -
which could due to limit of http protocol (from discussion at: https://forums.aws.amazon.com/thread.jspa?messageID=476615).

> So if the time sequence is happen to be: latest non .jhist file modification on directory
happens at T1, directory scanning happens at T2, .jhist file added to directory at T3. If
we have {{T1< T2 < T3}} and T1 is equal to T3 after truncating to seconds, this issue
could appear.



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