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Re: issue about capacity scheduler

If both the jobs in the MR queue are from the same user, CapacityScheduler will only try to run them one after another. If possible, run them as different users. At which point, you will see sharing across jobs because they are from different users.

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+Vinod

On Dec 4, 2013, at 1:33 AM, ch huang wrote:

> hi,maillist :
>                  i use yarn framework and capacity scheduler  ,and i have two queue ,one for hive and the other for big MR job
> in hive  queue it's work fine,because hive task is very faster ,but what i think is user A submitted two big MR job ,so first big job eat
> all the resource belongs to the queue ,the other big MR job should wait until first job finished ,how can i let the same user 's MR job can run parallel?
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