YARN Job Manager

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Using QueryIO, you can easily submit your MapReduce jobs for execution.

In the status view, you can also track the status of the applications that you have submitted for execution.

MapReduce Job

QueryIO provides facility to execute MapReduce application in form of a JAR file. QueryIO supports single JAR file for a job.

Use following guidelines to create a MapReduce application

Job Manager Details

Following details are displayed:

Jobs

Following details about jobs are displayed:

Execution History

Detailed history of all the jobs are displayed here.

NOTE: Restarting ResourceManager or QueryIO server will reset "Job execution History".

Add MapReduce Job

Configure MapReduce Job

To configure a Job, select the checkbox against target job and click Configure. All configurable properties of Job will be displayed. You can change the JAR file for the job.
Update the properties and click on Save for changes to take affect.

Start/Remove/Stop MapReduce Job

Select the Job and click on Start or Remove to perform respective function.

Select the job from the "Jobs Execution History" table and click Stop to stop the job.

Schedule MapReduce Job

Select the Job and click on Schedule to set the frequency of job execution. Select the time interval after which job execution must be repeated and starting time for the job.

Add Job for Ad-Hoc query

Configure Ad-Hoc Job

To configure a Job, select the checkbox against target job and click Configure. All configurable properties of Job will be displayed. You can change the JAR file for the job.
Update the properties and click on Save for changes to take affect.

Start/Remove/Stop Ad-Hoc Job

Select the Job and click on Start or Remove to perform respective function.

Select the job from the "Jobs Execution History" table and click Stop to stop the job.

Schedule Ad-Hoc Job

Select the Job and click on Schedule to set the frequency of job execution. Select the time interval after which job execution must be repeated and starting time for the job.



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