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Getting times for all the jobs run on a YARN cluster

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I'm trying to get all the start and finish times for all the run jobs on a yarn cluster.

yarn application -list -appStates ALL

Will get me most of the details of the jobs, but not the times. However, I can parse this for the application ids and then run

yarn application -status $ID

on each application id to get an output that I can parse for the time.

However this involves making lots of connections to yarn, so is relatively slow. Is there a single command I can use to get all this information?

posted Mar 21, 2014 by Kiran Kumar

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