Manoj Babu 2013-02-01, 15:09
As you may be aware this means the reduces are unable to fetch intermediate
data from TaskTrackers that ran map tasks - you can try:
* increasing tasktracker.http.threads so there are more threads to handle
fetch requests from reduces.
* decreasing mapreduce.reduce.parallel.copies : so fewer copy / fetches are
performed in parallel
It could also be due to a temporary DNS issue.
See slide 26 of this presentation for potential causes for this message:
Not sure why you did not receive the problem before but was it the same data
or different data? Did you have other jobs running on your cluster?
Hope that helps
From: Manoj Babu [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
Sent: 01 February 2013 15:09
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: Reg Too many fetch-failures Error
I am getting Too many fetch-failures exception.
What might be the reason for this exception, For same size of data i dint
face this error earlier and there is change in code.
How to avoid this?
Thanks in advance.
Manoj Babu 2013-02-02, 02:17