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From "zhengchenyu (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Comment Edited] (YARN-6568) A queue which runs a long time job couldn't acquire any container for long time.
Date Wed, 10 May 2017 01:58:04 GMT

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zhengchenyu edited comment on YARN-6568 at 5/10/17 1:57 AM:
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[~yufeigu]
Sorry, I didn't express definitely! 
I said that the minShare1 which is big enough is configured by fair-scheduler.xml, not the
variable 'minShare1'. It equals s1.getMinShare.
look the code below. if minShare1 which is configured by fair-scheduler.xml is big enough.
the variable 'minShare1' equals s1.getDemand. It means the variable 'minShare1' = resourceUsage
+ request.
{code}
Resource minShare1 = Resources.min(RESOURCE_CALCULATOR, null,s1.getMinShare(), s1.getDemand());
{code}

look the code below. At this time, minShareRatio1 = resourceUsage1/'minShare1 =  resourceUsage1
/ (resourceUsage1+request1)

{code}
minShareRatio1 = (double) resourceUsage1.getMemory()/ Resources.max(RESOURCE_CALCULATOR, null,
minShare1, ONE).getMemory();
{code}


was (Author: zhengchenyu):
[~yufeigu]
Sorry, I didn't express definitely! 
I said that the minShare1 which is big enough is configured by fair-scheduler.xml, not the
variable 'minShare1'. It equals s1.getMinShare.
look the code below. if minShare1 which is configured by fair-scheduler.xml is big enough.
the variable 'minShare1' equals s1.getDemand. It means the variable 'minShare1' = resourceUsage
+ request.
{
Resource minShare1 = Resources.min(RESOURCE_CALCULATOR, null,s1.getMinShare(), s1.getDemand());
}

look the code below. At this time, minShareRatio1 = resourceUsage1/'minShare1 =  resourceUsage1
/ (resourceUsage1+request1)

{
minShareRatio1 = (double) resourceUsage1.getMemory()/ Resources.max(RESOURCE_CALCULATOR, null,
minShare1, ONE).getMemory();
}

> A queue which runs a long time job couldn't acquire any container for long time.
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: YARN-6568
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/YARN-6568
>             Project: Hadoop YARN
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: fairscheduler
>    Affects Versions: 2.7.1
>         Environment: CentOS 7.1
>            Reporter: zhengchenyu
>             Fix For: 2.7.4
>
>   Original Estimate: 1m
>  Remaining Estimate: 1m
>
> In our cluster, we find some applications couldn't acquire any container for long time.
(Note: we use FairSharePolicy and FairScheduler)
> First, I found some unreasonable configuration, we set minRes=maxRes. So some application
keep pending for long time, we kill some large applicaiton to solve this problem. Then we
changed this configuration, this problem relieves. 
> But this problem is not completely solved. In our cluster, I found applications in  some
queue which request few container keep pending for long time. 
> I simulate in test cluster. I submit DistributedShell application which run many loo
applications to queueA, then I submit my own yarn application which request container and
release container constantly to queueB.  At this time, any applicaitons which are submmited
to queueA keep pending!
> We know this is the problem of FairSharePolicy, it consider the request of queue. So
after sort the queues, some queues which have few request are ordered last all time.
> We know if the AM container is launched, then the request will increase, But FairSharePolicy
can't distinguish which request is AM request. I think if am container is assigned, the problem
is solved. 
> Our companion discuss this problem. we recommend set a timeout for queue, it means the
time length of a queue is not assigned. If timeout, we set this queue to the first place of
queues list. 



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