Configuring Services

Services, such as JobHistoryServer, can be launched as a task from the Myriad Framework.

To configure services, define the service in the Myriad configuration file, myriad-config-default.yml. Once defined, the Myriad Service REST API can be used to launch an instance as a task for the service.

The services and service properties are as follows:

<!-- Define services as a task -->
    serviceName:        # Name of the service
    jvmMaxMemoryMB:     # Memory needed for service
    cpus:               # CPU needed for Service
    ports:              # Map of ports: port property and value
                        # (Default: 0 which indicates that port will be assigned randomly)
                        # Uses the syntax, <name>: <value>
    envSettings:        # Any environment settings
    taskName:           # Again service name
    maxInstances:       # If defined maximum number of instances this service can have per myriad framework
    command:            # Command to be executed
    serviceOptsName:    # Name of the env. variable that may need to be set for the service that will include env. settings

To configure additional services:

  1. Edit the myriad-config-default.yml file.
  2. For the services property, specify a service and provide the appropriate parameters.
    For example, to define a TimeLineServer task:
            jvmMaxMemoryMB: 64
            cpus: 0.5
               myriad.mapreduce.jobhistory.admin.address: 10033
               myriad.mapreduce.jobhistory.address: 10020
               myriad.mapreduce.jobhistory.webapp.address: 19888
            taskName: jobhistory
            serviceOptsName: HADOOP_JOB_HISTORYSERVER_OPTS
            command: $YARN_HOME/bin/mapred historyserver
            maxInstances: 1
            jvmMaxMemoryMB: 1024
            cpus: 1
                myriad.mapreduce.timeline.address: 10200
                myriad.mapreduce.timeline.webapp.address: 8188
            taskName: timelineserver
            command: $YARN_HOME/bin/yarn timelineserver
            maxInstances: 1
  3. Copy or update the myriad-config-default.yml file on every node in the cluster.
  4. Restart the initial Resource Manager from Marathon.