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From "Jian He (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Commented] (YARN-5611) Provide an API to update lifetime of an application.
Date Mon, 17 Oct 2016 00:14:58 GMT

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Jian He commented on YARN-5611:

- The first if condition already checks whether the app is either at new or new_saving, then
the second if COMPLETED_APP_STATES condition will never be true ?
    if (EnumSet.of(RMAppState.NEW, RMAppState.NEW_SAVING)
        .contains(application.getState())) {
      if (COMPLETED_APP_STATES.contains(application.getState())) {
            AuditConstants.UPDATE_APP_TIMEOUTS, "ClientRMService",
        return response;

- The  appIdToTimeoutTypeMapping may be not needed. You can construct a new RMAppToMonitor
instance with the provided appId and the timeoutType and check whether the instance exists
in 'monitoredApps' or not. If it exists, update the corresponding timeout value. If it doesn't
exist, instert the RMAppToMonitor instance into the map.
    for (Entry<ApplicationTimeoutType, Long> entry : timeouts.entrySet()) {
      ApplicationTimeoutType timeoutType = entry.getKey();
      RMAppToMonitor rmAppToMonitor = timeoutTypeMapping.get(timeoutType);
      long newTimeout = entry.getValue();
      if (rmAppToMonitor == null) {
        // If application is not registered earlier, register and start
        // monitoring from now
        RMAppToMonitor appToMonitor = new RMAppToMonitor(appId, timeoutType);
        monitoredApps.put(appToMonitor, newTimeout * MS);
        timeoutTypeMapping.put(timeoutType, appToMonitor);
      } else {
        // Already registered app, just update time out.
        Long appTimeout = monitoredApps.get(rmAppToMonitor);
        newTimeout = newTimeout + (appTimeout / MS);
        monitoredApps.put(rmAppToMonitor, newTimeout * MS);
      newTimeouts.put(timeoutType, newTimeout);
- Also, when we update the timeout, the new timeout should be current timestamp + newTimeout
value. Later, we will also send the remaining lifetime to user if user queries, this way,
it's easier to reason - what user sets as the timeout value is what user will get when he

> Provide an API to update lifetime of an application.
> ----------------------------------------------------
>                 Key: YARN-5611
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/YARN-5611
>             Project: Hadoop YARN
>          Issue Type: Sub-task
>          Components: resourcemanager
>            Reporter: Rohith Sharma K S
>            Assignee: Rohith Sharma K S
>         Attachments: 0001-YARN-5611.patch, 0002-YARN-5611.patch, YARN-5611.v0.patch
> YARN-4205 monitors an Lifetime of an applications is monitored if required. 
> Add an client api to update lifetime of an application. 

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