Tucker 2013-03-25, 18:14
Hmm... an easy way to debug this would be to add a LOG statement in NodeHealthScriptRunner.init to printout the args you are getting from the config.
Is there a chance you can try this, recompile & re-run?
On Mar 25, 2013, at 11:14 AM, Tucker wrote:
> Does anyone have a working example of a node manager health checker scipt using "yarn.nodemanager.health-checker.script.opts"? I wrote a health checker that works fine but one of the items being checked is a little too sensitive. Since I wrote it to be able to load and unload modules by passing various flags. Unfortunately, adding these flags to my config doesn't seem to have had any affect and we've had to disable the health check entirely.
> For reference:
> $ health_checker -h
> Usage: health_checker [options]
> --default-disabled Default all checks disabled.
> -e, --enable-checks CHECKS Command separated list of checks to enable.
> -d, --disable-checks CHECKS Command separated list of checks to disable.
> -l, --list List available checks.
> Settings used:
> <value>-d Network</value>
> If the flag were actually being passed, I would expect the output to be return healthy. This is what I see on a command line:
> # health_checker
> ERROR(s): ["Errors found on interface eth2."]
> # health_checker -d Network
> # echo $?
> Unfortunately, even with opts set, I continue to get the interface errors warning after cluster start and beyond the run interval. I assume I'm missing something but I can't seem to find any good docs on the matter.
Arun C. Murthy