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How a job works in YARN/Map Reduce? like navigation path...

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How a job works in YARN/Map Reduce? like navigation path.

Please check my understanding is right?

When the application or job or client starts, client communicate with Name node the application manager started on node (data node), Application manager communicates with Resource manager (on name node) to get resource.The resource are assigned to container. The job runs on Container which is JVM.

posted Apr 6, 2016 by Bob Wise

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