I could not find the properties in the documentation, so I mentioned this
feature as hidden. As Harsh mentioned there is an API.
There was a blog entry on '
Automatically Documenting Apache Hadoop Configuration' from Cloudera. It
would be great if it is contributed to Apache and made part of the build
process. I suggested it before, but there was no response.
On Sun, Dec 4, 2011 at 9:07 PM, Harsh J <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Perhaps you can simply set a percentage of failure toleration for your job.
> Doable via
> If you set it to 10%, your job still passes if 10% of total Map or Reduce
> tasks failed. I think this fits your use-case.
> On 04-Dec-2011, at 4:05 AM, Mat Kelcey wrote:
> Hi folks,
> I have a Hadoop 0.20.2 map only job with thousands of inputs tasks;
> I'm using the org.apache.nutch.tools.arc.ArcInputFormat input format
> so each task corresponds to a single file in HDFS
> Most of the way into the job it hits a task that causes the input
> format to OOM. After 4 attempts it fails the job.
> Now this is obviously not great but for the purpose of my job I'd be
> happy to just throw this input file away, it's only one of thousands
> and I don't need exact results.
> The trouble is I can't work out where what file this task corresponds to?
> The closest I can find is that the job history file lists a STATE_STRING
> ( eg STATE_STRING="
> but this is _only_ for the successfully completed ones, for the failed
> one I'm actually interested in there is nothing
> MapAttempt TASK_TYPE="MAP" TASKID="task_201112030459_0011_m_004130"
> TASK_STATUS="FAILED" FINISH_TIME="1322901661261"
> HOSTNAME="ip-10-218-57-227\.ec2\.internal" ERROR="Error: null" .
> I grepped through all the hadoop logs and couldn't find anything that
> relates this task to the files in it's split
> Any ideas where this info might be recorded?