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Subject [Hama Wiki] Update of "GettingStartedYARN" by MinhoKim
Date Sun, 12 Apr 2015 09:28:51 GMT
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The "GettingStartedYARN" page has been changed by MinhoKim:
https://wiki.apache.org/hama/GettingStartedYARN?action=diff&rev1=6&rev2=7

  
  = Getting Started with Hama on YARN =
  
- == Requirements ==
+ == Preparations ==
  
  Current Hama and Hadoop requires JRE 1.6 or higher and ssh to be set up between nodes in
the cluster:
  
@@ -15, +15 @@

  
  This tutorial requires Hadoop 2.x already correctly installed. 
  If you haven't done this yet, please follow the official documentation https://hadoop.apache.org/docs/stable/
+ 
+ == Configuration ==
+ 
+ Most of the configs are the same for Hama on YARN as for other deployment modes. See the
[[GettingStarted/Properties|configuration page]] for more information. There are configs that
are specific to Hama on YARN.
+ 
+ === Properties ===
+ ||'''Property Name'''||'''Default'''||'''Meaning'''||
+ ||bsp.framework.name||yarn||In order to run Hama on YARN, it must be set this property.
This property means run applications on YARN.||
+ ||hama.appmaster.memory.mb||100mb||The amount of memory used by the BSPApplicationMaster.
The total amount of memory used by the ApplicationMaster is calculated as follows. ''memoryInMb
= 3 * BSP_TASK_NUM + hama.appmaster.memory.mb''. This is because the application master spawns
1-3 thread per launched task that each should take 1mb, plus a minimum of base memory usage
of 100. If you face memory issues, you can set this to a higher value.||
+ 
+ == Launching Hama on YARN ==
+ 
+ Ensure that copy yarn-site.xml in in HADOOP_CONF_DIR or YARN_CONF_DIR to HAMA_CONF_DIR.
Because this configuration file is used to connect to the YARN.
+ 
+ Launch Hama application which is serialize printing example:
+ {{{
+ $HAMA_HOME/bin/hama jar hama-yarn-0.7.0-SNAPSHOT.jar org.apache.hama.bsp.YarnSerializePrinting
+ }}}
+ 
+ You should see "Hello BSP Message" which each container spawned in HDFS where you defined
output path.
  
  == How to write a Hama-YARN job ==
  
@@ -41, +61 @@

  {{{
  job.setMemoryUsedPerTaskInMb(50);
  }}}
- 
- == How to configure a job ==
- 
- There are some configuration values that the job needs to have in order to submit sucessfully
to YARN infrastructure.
- 
- The importantest configurations are the {{{yarn.resourcemanager.address}}} and {{{fs.default.name}}}.
This should point to the address (hostname+port) where your ResourceManager and HDFS Namonode
runs, for example {{{localhost:8040}}}, {{{hdfs://localhost:9000}}}.
- 
- Another important configuration value is the amount of memory used by the BSPApplicationMaster.
You can configure a base amount of memory for the application master with this configuration
key
- {{{
- hama.appmaster.memory.mb
- }}}
- 
- By default, this is set to 100mb. 
- 
- The total amount of memory used by the ApplicationMaster is calculated as follows
- 
- {{{
- int memoryInMb = 3 * this.getNumBspTask() + conf.getInt("hama.appmaster.memory.mb", 100)
- }}}
- 
- This is because the application master spawns 1-3 threads per launched task that each should
take 1mb, plus a minimum of base memory usage of 100.
- If you face memory issues, you can set this to a higher value.
  
  == How to submit a job ==
  
@@ -111, +109 @@

  
  to submit a Hama job. You can just change the {{{BSPJob}}} to {{{YARNBSPJob}}}.
  
- == Hama-YARN example ==
- 
- TODO this must be revised once the example has moved the jar.
- 
- {{{
- bin/hama jar hama-yarn-0.7.0-SNAPSHOT.jar org.apache.hama.bsp.YarnSerializePrinting
- }}}
- 
- Once running, you should see in the spawned application master log that it is launching
containers.
- When the containers launched, you can see in the logs that there is a little "Hello World"
from the other tasks.
- 

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