Java Code Examples for org.apache.flink.runtime.jobgraph.JobStatus#FAILING

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Example 1
Source Project: Flink-CEPplus   File: ExecutionGraph.java    License: Apache License 2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * This method is a callback during cancellation/failover and called when all tasks
 * have reached a terminal state (cancelled/failed/finished).
 */
private void allVerticesInTerminalState(long expectedGlobalVersionForRestart) {

	assertRunningInJobMasterMainThread();

	// we are done, transition to the final state
	JobStatus current;
	while (true) {
		current = this.state;

		if (current == JobStatus.RUNNING) {
			failGlobal(new Exception("ExecutionGraph went into allVerticesInTerminalState() from RUNNING"));
		}
		else if (current == JobStatus.CANCELLING) {
			if (transitionState(current, JobStatus.CANCELED)) {
				onTerminalState(JobStatus.CANCELED);
				break;
			}
		}
		else if (current == JobStatus.FAILING) {
			if (tryRestartOrFail(expectedGlobalVersionForRestart)) {
				break;
			}
			// concurrent job status change, let's check again
		}
		else if (current.isGloballyTerminalState()) {
			LOG.warn("Job has entered globally terminal state without waiting for all " +
				"job vertices to reach final state.");
			break;
		}
		else {
			failGlobal(new Exception("ExecutionGraph went into final state from state " + current));
			break;
		}
	}
	// done transitioning the state
}
 
Example 2
Source Project: flink   File: ExecutionGraph.java    License: Apache License 2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * This method is a callback during cancellation/failover and called when all tasks
 * have reached a terminal state (cancelled/failed/finished).
 */
private void allVerticesInTerminalState(long expectedGlobalVersionForRestart) {

	assertRunningInJobMasterMainThread();

	// we are done, transition to the final state
	JobStatus current;
	while (true) {
		current = this.state;

		if (current == JobStatus.RUNNING) {
			failGlobal(new Exception("ExecutionGraph went into allVerticesInTerminalState() from RUNNING"));
		}
		else if (current == JobStatus.CANCELLING) {
			if (transitionState(current, JobStatus.CANCELED)) {
				onTerminalState(JobStatus.CANCELED);
				break;
			}
		}
		else if (current == JobStatus.FAILING) {
			if (tryRestartOrFail(expectedGlobalVersionForRestart)) {
				break;
			}
			// concurrent job status change, let's check again
		}
		else if (current.isGloballyTerminalState()) {
			LOG.warn("Job has entered globally terminal state without waiting for all " +
				"job vertices to reach final state.");
			break;
		}
		else {
			failGlobal(new Exception("ExecutionGraph went into final state from state " + current));
			break;
		}
	}
	// done transitioning the state
}
 
Example 3
Source Project: Flink-CEPplus   File: ExecutionGraph.java    License: Apache License 2.0 4 votes vote down vote up
public void cancel() {

		assertRunningInJobMasterMainThread();

		while (true) {
			JobStatus current = state;

			if (current == JobStatus.RUNNING || current == JobStatus.CREATED) {
				if (transitionState(current, JobStatus.CANCELLING)) {

					// make sure no concurrent local actions interfere with the cancellation
					final long globalVersionForRestart = incrementGlobalModVersion();

					final CompletableFuture<Void> ongoingSchedulingFuture = schedulingFuture;

					// cancel ongoing scheduling action
					if (ongoingSchedulingFuture != null) {
						ongoingSchedulingFuture.cancel(false);
					}

					final ArrayList<CompletableFuture<?>> futures = new ArrayList<>(verticesInCreationOrder.size());

					// cancel all tasks (that still need cancelling)
					for (ExecutionJobVertex ejv : verticesInCreationOrder) {
						futures.add(ejv.cancelWithFuture());
					}

					// we build a future that is complete once all vertices have reached a terminal state
					final ConjunctFuture<Void> allTerminal = FutureUtils.waitForAll(futures);
					allTerminal.whenComplete(
						(Void value, Throwable throwable) -> {
							if (throwable != null) {
								transitionState(
									JobStatus.CANCELLING,
									JobStatus.FAILED,
									new FlinkException(
										"Could not cancel job " + getJobName() + " because not all execution job vertices could be cancelled.",
										throwable));
							} else {
								// cancellations may currently be overridden by failures which trigger
								// restarts, so we need to pass a proper restart global version here
								allVerticesInTerminalState(globalVersionForRestart);
							}
						});

					return;
				}
			}
			// Executions are being canceled. Go into cancelling and wait for
			// all vertices to be in their final state.
			else if (current == JobStatus.FAILING) {
				if (transitionState(current, JobStatus.CANCELLING)) {
					return;
				}
			}
			// All vertices have been cancelled and it's safe to directly go
			// into the canceled state.
			else if (current == JobStatus.RESTARTING) {
				synchronized (progressLock) {
					if (transitionState(current, JobStatus.CANCELED)) {
						onTerminalState(JobStatus.CANCELED);

						LOG.info("Canceled during restart.");
						return;
					}
				}
			}
			else {
				// no need to treat other states
				return;
			}
		}
	}
 
Example 4
Source Project: Flink-CEPplus   File: ExecutionGraph.java    License: Apache License 2.0 4 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * Fails the execution graph globally. This failure will not be recovered by a specific
 * failover strategy, but results in a full restart of all tasks.
 *
 * <p>This global failure is meant to be triggered in cases where the consistency of the
 * execution graph' state cannot be guaranteed any more (for example when catching unexpected
 * exceptions that indicate a bug or an unexpected call race), and where a full restart is the
 * safe way to get consistency back.
 *
 * @param t The exception that caused the failure.
 */
public void failGlobal(Throwable t) {

	assertRunningInJobMasterMainThread();

	while (true) {
		JobStatus current = state;
		// stay in these states
		if (current == JobStatus.FAILING ||
			current == JobStatus.SUSPENDED ||
			current.isGloballyTerminalState()) {
			return;
		} else if (transitionState(current, JobStatus.FAILING, t)) {
			initFailureCause(t);

			// make sure no concurrent local or global actions interfere with the failover
			final long globalVersionForRestart = incrementGlobalModVersion();

			final CompletableFuture<Void> ongoingSchedulingFuture = schedulingFuture;

			// cancel ongoing scheduling action
			if (ongoingSchedulingFuture != null) {
				ongoingSchedulingFuture.cancel(false);
			}

			// we build a future that is complete once all vertices have reached a terminal state
			final ArrayList<CompletableFuture<?>> futures = new ArrayList<>(verticesInCreationOrder.size());

			// cancel all tasks (that still need cancelling)
			for (ExecutionJobVertex ejv : verticesInCreationOrder) {
				futures.add(ejv.cancelWithFuture());
			}

			final ConjunctFuture<Void> allTerminal = FutureUtils.waitForAll(futures);
			allTerminal.whenComplete(
				(Void ignored, Throwable throwable) -> {
					if (throwable != null) {
						transitionState(
							JobStatus.FAILING,
							JobStatus.FAILED,
							new FlinkException("Could not cancel all execution job vertices properly.", throwable));
					} else {
						allVerticesInTerminalState(globalVersionForRestart);
					}
				});

			return;
		}

		// else: concurrent change to execution state, retry
	}
}
 
Example 5
Source Project: Flink-CEPplus   File: ExecutionGraph.java    License: Apache License 2.0 4 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * Try to restart the job. If we cannot restart the job (e.g. no more restarts allowed), then
 * try to fail the job. This operation is only permitted if the current state is FAILING or
 * RESTARTING.
 *
 * @return true if the operation could be executed; false if a concurrent job status change occurred
 */
private boolean tryRestartOrFail(long globalModVersionForRestart) {
	JobStatus currentState = state;

	if (currentState == JobStatus.FAILING || currentState == JobStatus.RESTARTING) {
		final Throwable failureCause = this.failureCause;

		synchronized (progressLock) {
			if (LOG.isDebugEnabled()) {
				LOG.debug("Try to restart or fail the job {} ({}) if no longer possible.", getJobName(), getJobID(), failureCause);
			} else {
				LOG.info("Try to restart or fail the job {} ({}) if no longer possible.", getJobName(), getJobID());
			}

			final boolean isFailureCauseAllowingRestart = !(failureCause instanceof SuppressRestartsException);
			final boolean isRestartStrategyAllowingRestart = restartStrategy.canRestart();
			boolean isRestartable = isFailureCauseAllowingRestart && isRestartStrategyAllowingRestart;

			if (isRestartable && transitionState(currentState, JobStatus.RESTARTING)) {
				LOG.info("Restarting the job {} ({}).", getJobName(), getJobID());

				RestartCallback restarter = new ExecutionGraphRestartCallback(this, globalModVersionForRestart);
				restartStrategy.restart(restarter, getJobMasterMainThreadExecutor());

				return true;
			}
			else if (!isRestartable && transitionState(currentState, JobStatus.FAILED, failureCause)) {
				final String cause1 = isFailureCauseAllowingRestart ? null :
					"a type of SuppressRestartsException was thrown";
				final String cause2 = isRestartStrategyAllowingRestart ? null :
					"the restart strategy prevented it";

				LOG.info("Could not restart the job {} ({}) because {}.", getJobName(), getJobID(),
					StringUtils.concatenateWithAnd(cause1, cause2), failureCause);
				onTerminalState(JobStatus.FAILED);

				return true;
			} else {
				// we must have changed the state concurrently, thus we cannot complete this operation
				return false;
			}
		}
	} else {
		// this operation is only allowed in the state FAILING or RESTARTING
		return false;
	}
}
 
Example 6
Source Project: flink   File: ExecutionGraph.java    License: Apache License 2.0 4 votes vote down vote up
public void cancel() {

		assertRunningInJobMasterMainThread();

		while (true) {
			JobStatus current = state;

			if (current == JobStatus.RUNNING || current == JobStatus.CREATED) {
				if (transitionState(current, JobStatus.CANCELLING)) {

					// make sure no concurrent local actions interfere with the cancellation
					final long globalVersionForRestart = incrementGlobalModVersion();

					final CompletableFuture<Void> ongoingSchedulingFuture = schedulingFuture;

					// cancel ongoing scheduling action
					if (ongoingSchedulingFuture != null) {
						ongoingSchedulingFuture.cancel(false);
					}

					final ConjunctFuture<Void> allTerminal = cancelVerticesAsync();
					allTerminal.whenComplete(
						(Void value, Throwable throwable) -> {
							if (throwable != null) {
								transitionState(
									JobStatus.CANCELLING,
									JobStatus.FAILED,
									new FlinkException(
										"Could not cancel job " + getJobName() + " because not all execution job vertices could be cancelled.",
										throwable));
							} else {
								// cancellations may currently be overridden by failures which trigger
								// restarts, so we need to pass a proper restart global version here
								allVerticesInTerminalState(globalVersionForRestart);
							}
						});

					return;
				}
			}
			// Executions are being canceled. Go into cancelling and wait for
			// all vertices to be in their final state.
			else if (current == JobStatus.FAILING) {
				if (transitionState(current, JobStatus.CANCELLING)) {
					return;
				}
			}
			// All vertices have been cancelled and it's safe to directly go
			// into the canceled state.
			else if (current == JobStatus.RESTARTING) {
				synchronized (progressLock) {
					if (transitionState(current, JobStatus.CANCELED)) {
						onTerminalState(JobStatus.CANCELED);

						LOG.info("Canceled during restart.");
						return;
					}
				}
			}
			else {
				// no need to treat other states
				return;
			}
		}
	}
 
Example 7
Source Project: flink   File: ExecutionGraph.java    License: Apache License 2.0 4 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * Fails the execution graph globally. This failure will not be recovered by a specific
 * failover strategy, but results in a full restart of all tasks.
 *
 * <p>This global failure is meant to be triggered in cases where the consistency of the
 * execution graph' state cannot be guaranteed any more (for example when catching unexpected
 * exceptions that indicate a bug or an unexpected call race), and where a full restart is the
 * safe way to get consistency back.
 *
 * @param t The exception that caused the failure.
 */
public void failGlobal(Throwable t) {

	assertRunningInJobMasterMainThread();

	while (true) {
		JobStatus current = state;
		// stay in these states
		if (current == JobStatus.FAILING ||
			current == JobStatus.SUSPENDED ||
			current.isGloballyTerminalState()) {
			return;
		} else if (transitionState(current, JobStatus.FAILING, t)) {
			initFailureCause(t);

			// make sure no concurrent local or global actions interfere with the failover
			final long globalVersionForRestart = incrementGlobalModVersion();

			final CompletableFuture<Void> ongoingSchedulingFuture = schedulingFuture;

			// cancel ongoing scheduling action
			if (ongoingSchedulingFuture != null) {
				ongoingSchedulingFuture.cancel(false);
			}

			// we build a future that is complete once all vertices have reached a terminal state
			final ConjunctFuture<Void> allTerminal = cancelVerticesAsync();
			FutureUtils.assertNoException(allTerminal.handle(
				(Void ignored, Throwable throwable) -> {
					if (throwable != null) {
						transitionState(
							JobStatus.FAILING,
							JobStatus.FAILED,
							new FlinkException("Could not cancel all execution job vertices properly.", throwable));
					} else {
						allVerticesInTerminalState(globalVersionForRestart);
					}
					return null;
				}));

			return;
		}

		// else: concurrent change to execution state, retry
	}
}
 
Example 8
Source Project: flink   File: ExecutionGraph.java    License: Apache License 2.0 4 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * Try to restart the job. If we cannot restart the job (e.g. no more restarts allowed), then
 * try to fail the job. This operation is only permitted if the current state is FAILING or
 * RESTARTING.
 *
 * @return true if the operation could be executed; false if a concurrent job status change occurred
 */
private boolean tryRestartOrFail(long globalModVersionForRestart) {
	JobStatus currentState = state;

	if (currentState == JobStatus.FAILING || currentState == JobStatus.RESTARTING) {
		final Throwable failureCause = this.failureCause;

		synchronized (progressLock) {
			if (LOG.isDebugEnabled()) {
				LOG.debug("Try to restart or fail the job {} ({}) if no longer possible.", getJobName(), getJobID(), failureCause);
			} else {
				LOG.info("Try to restart or fail the job {} ({}) if no longer possible.", getJobName(), getJobID());
			}

			final boolean isFailureCauseAllowingRestart = !(failureCause instanceof SuppressRestartsException);
			final boolean isRestartStrategyAllowingRestart = restartStrategy.canRestart();
			boolean isRestartable = isFailureCauseAllowingRestart && isRestartStrategyAllowingRestart;

			if (isRestartable && transitionState(currentState, JobStatus.RESTARTING)) {
				LOG.info("Restarting the job {} ({}).", getJobName(), getJobID());

				RestartCallback restarter = new ExecutionGraphRestartCallback(this, globalModVersionForRestart);
				FutureUtils.assertNoException(
					restartStrategy
						.restart(restarter, getJobMasterMainThreadExecutor())
						.exceptionally((throwable) -> {
							failGlobal(throwable);
							return null;
						}));
				return true;
			}
			else if (!isRestartable && transitionState(currentState, JobStatus.FAILED, failureCause)) {
				final String cause1 = isFailureCauseAllowingRestart ? null :
					"a type of SuppressRestartsException was thrown";
				final String cause2 = isRestartStrategyAllowingRestart ? null :
					"the restart strategy prevented it";

				LOG.info("Could not restart the job {} ({}) because {}.", getJobName(), getJobID(),
					StringUtils.concatenateWithAnd(cause1, cause2), failureCause);
				onTerminalState(JobStatus.FAILED);

				return true;
			} else {
				// we must have changed the state concurrently, thus we cannot complete this operation
				return false;
			}
		}
	} else {
		// this operation is only allowed in the state FAILING or RESTARTING
		return false;
	}
}