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Ambari Forum

Does Ambari surpport yarn refreshQueues

  • #51961
    Sun Ww

    I’m trying Ambari1.4.4。
    1、It can configure YARN Queue without stop YARN。
    But when I use “yarn rmadmin -refreshQueues”, it not works.
    I have to restart YARN。
    2、I want to stop regionserver gracefully。
    But I can’t find in /usr/lib/hbase/bin。

    Is I miss something? any suggestion will be appreciated.

    Thank you

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  • #51962
    Jeff Sposetti

    1. Right now, ambari needs a service restart to pick-up capacity schedule queue changes. We are looking to add refresh queues in a future release.
    2. In Ambari 1.5.0 (currently GA) there is support for Region Server “decommission”, which does a drain.

    You can learn more about 1.5.0 (and see upgrade instructions) here:

    Sun Ww

    Thank you. And Is Ambari1.4.4 GA release too? I can’t find the answer in docs.

    Jeff Sposetti

    Ambari 1.4.4 GA released in Feb. Ambari 1.5.0 went GA in early April (that’s where the Region Server decom feature support was added). Ambari 1.5.1 is currently under vote.

    Overall, watch this page for a summary of Ambari releases.

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