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From Alex Rukletsov <>
Subject Re: Task requires multiple containers
Date Thu, 18 Jun 2015 14:52:48 GMT

I'm not sure I got your use case correctly, feel free to elaborate or
refine your question. From what I've understood, you may want to write your
own executor, that is able to handle multiple tasks (which can be docker
containers). You may want to get inspiration from docker executor
<>, which will appear in
Mesos 0.23.

On Wed, Jun 17, 2015 at 10:52 PM, Christoph Heer <>

> Hi,
> at the moment I'm implementing a framework for Mesos. My scheduler starts
> one task which spawns a container with an executor which is able to handle
> and run the task. This pattern allows that the code/executable of the
> executor mustn't present on the slave node. In my use-case the tasks
> requires to run multiple Docker container which would be started by the
> executor who also has access on the Docker daemon but this would break the
> resource isolation of Mesos.
> Have someone an advice to handle this types of tasks which requires
> additional  containers? It could be also possible that a executor builds a
> Docker image which also requires to spawn additional contains in the
> context/resource space of one single task.
> Thanks and regards
> Christoph

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