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YARN Forum

hadoop yarn resource management

  • #51264
    Vijay R

    I have a Hadoop cluster with 10 nodes. Out of the 10 nodes, on 3 of them, HBase is deployed. There are two applications sharing the cluster. Application 1 writes and reads data from hadoop HDFs. Application 2 stores data into HBase. Is there a way in yarn to ensure that hadoop M/R jobs launched by application 1 do not use the slots on Hbase nodes? I want only the Hbase M/R jobs launched by application 2 to use the HBase nodes. This is needed to ensure enough resources are available for application 2 so that the HBase scans are very fast.

    Any suggestions on how to achieve this?

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