I thought you need set the following configs differently from two cluster:
"yarn.resourcemanager.resource-tracker.address": NM talks to this address
"yarn.resourcemanager.scheduler.address": Your application talks to this
"yarn.resourcemanager.address": Your client talks to this address

Of course, NM needs to be started at different "yarn.nodemanager.address"
in your two clusters.

- Zhijie

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