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From Dieter De Witte <drdwi...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: getting counters from specific hadoop jobs
Date Thu, 23 Oct 2014 12:56:24 GMT
Maybe you could use job -list or job -history to get a list of the jobids
and extract it from there?

2014-10-23 13:32 GMT+02:00 Bart Vandewoestyne <Bart.Vandewoestyne@telenet.be

> Hello list,
> I order to learn about Hadoop performance tuning, I am currently
> investigating the effect of certain Hadoop configuration parameters on
> certain Hadoop counters.  I would like to do something like the following
> (from the command line):
> for some_config_parameter in set_of_config_values
>   Step 1) run hadoop job with 'hadoop jar ....'
>   Step 2) once job finished, get the value of one or more Hadoop counters
> of this job
> I know that I can achieve step 2 with the -counter option of the mapred
> job command:
> bart@sandy-quad-1:~$ mapred job -counter
> Usage: CLI [-counter <job-id> <group-name> <counter-name>]
> However, I need to specify a job-id here, and that is where I'm having
> trouble... I don't know an easy way to get the job-id from the hadoop job
> that I started in Step 1.  I also don't know of a way to specify a job-id
> myself in Step 1 so that I can use it later in Step 2.
> I cannot imagine I'm the only one trying to run jobs and requesting some
> of the counters afterwards.  How is this typically solved?
> Note that I'm looking for a command-line solution, something that is
> scriptable bash or so.
> Thanks,
> Bart

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