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From "yuhe (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Issue Comment Deleted] (MESOS-2706) When the docker-tasks grow, the time spare between Queuing task and Starting container grows
Date Tue, 12 May 2015 04:05:02 GMT

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yuhe updated MESOS-2706:
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(was: waiting for u ...)

> When the docker-tasks grow, the time spare between Queuing task and Starting container
grows
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: MESOS-2706
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/MESOS-2706
>             Project: Mesos
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: docker
>    Affects Versions: 0.22.0
>         Environment: My Environment info:
> Mesos 0.22.0 & Marathon 0.82-RC1 both running in one host-server.
> Every docker-task require 0.02 CPU and 128MB ,and the server has 8 cpus and 24G mems.
> So Mesos can launch thousands of task in theory.
> And the docker-task is very light-weight to launch a sshd service .
>            Reporter: chenqiuhao
>
> At the beginning, Marathon can launch docker-task very fast,but when the number of tasks
in the only-one mesos-slave host reached 50,It seemed Marathon lauch docker-task slow.
> So I check the mesos-slave log,and I found that the time spare between Queuing task and
Starting container grew .
> For example, 
> launch the 1st docker task, it takes about 0.008s
> [root@CNSH231434 mesos-slave]# tail -f slave.out |egrep 'Queuing task|Starting container'
> I0508 15:54:00.188350 225779 slave.cpp:1378] Queuing task 'dev-rhel-sf.631d454d-f557-11e4-b4f4-628e0a30542b'
for executor dev-rhel-sf.631d454d-f557-11e4-b4f4-628e0a30542b of framework '20150202-112355-2684495626-5050-26153-0000
> I0508 15:54:00.196832 225781 docker.cpp:581] Starting container 'd0b0813a-6cb6-4dfd-bbce-f1b338744285'
for task 'dev-rhel-sf.631d454d-f557-11e4-b4f4-628e0a30542b' (and executor 'dev-rhel-sf.631d454d-f557-11e4-b4f4-628e0a30542b')
of framework '20150202-112355-2684495626-5050-26153-0000'
> launch the 50th docker task, it takes about 4.9s
> I0508 16:12:10.908596 225781 slave.cpp:1378] Queuing task 'dev-rhel-sf.ed3a6922-f559-11e4-ae87-628e0a30542b'
for executor dev-rhel-sf.ed3a6922-f559-11e4-ae87-628e0a30542b of framework '20150202-112355-2684495626-5050-26153-0000
> I0508 16:12:15.801503 225778 docker.cpp:581] Starting container '482dd47f-b9ab-4b09-b89e-e361d6f004a4'
for task 'dev-rhel-sf.ed3a6922-f559-11e4-ae87-628e0a30542b' (and executor 'dev-rhel-sf.ed3a6922-f559-11e4-ae87-628e0a30542b')
of framework '20150202-112355-2684495626-5050-26153-0000'
> And when i launch the 100th docker task,it takes about 13s!
> And I did the same test in one 24 Cpus and 256G mems server-host, it got the same result.
> Did somebody have the same experience , or Can help to do the same pressure test ?



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