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Yarn Scheduler Load Simulator (SLS)
SLS is a stress and performance harness for the Yarn Resource Manager Scheduler
that exercises the scheduler implementation simulating the cluster size and the
applications load without having to have a cluster nor applications.
SLS runs a regular RM without RPC endpoints and uses a NodeManager and
Application Manager simulators to send and receive events simulating cluster
and application load behavior.
==== Quick Start ====
Let $HADOOP_ROOT represent the Hadoop install directory. If you build Hadoop
yourself, $HADOOP_ROOT is hadoop-dist/target/hadoop-$VERSION. The simulator
is located at $HADOOP_ROOT/share/hadoop/tools/sls. The folder sls contains
four directories: bin (running scripts), html (web portal to view progress),
sample-conf (some example configurations), and sample-data (an example rumen
STEP 1: Copy all configuration files (under sample-conf) to $HADOOP_ROOT/etc/hadoop.
STEP 2: Go to the $HADOOP_ROOT/share/hadoop/tools/sls directory, and run the simulator
using the sample rumen trace (under sample-data).
bin/ —-input-rumen=sample-data/2jobs2min-rumen-jh.json —-output-dir=sample-output
The simulator will start to run, and you can track the running progress
using its web portal (http://$HOST:10001/simulate, where $HOST is the place
where you run the simulator.). All collected scheduler metrics are stored
under the output-dir during running. This trace takes about 3 mins to finish.
For more detailed setup, you can check out the document