Saturday, February 17, 2018

yarn application and listing commands

We can do that via yarn application -list command.
Listing yarn applications:
From web ui 
This will give you list of all SUBMITTED, ACCEPTED or RUNNING applications.
From this you can filter applications of default queue by running yarn application -list | grep default

From terminal

Killing yarn application
To kill the application you can run yarn application -kill <Application ID>

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