Java Code Examples for org.apache.hadoop.yarn.logaggregation.LogCLIHelpers

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Example 1
Source Project: hadoop   Source File: TestLogsCLI.java    License: Apache License 2.0 6 votes vote down vote up
@Test(timeout = 5000l)
public void testFailResultCodes() throws Exception {
  Configuration conf = new YarnConfiguration();
  conf.setClass("fs.file.impl", LocalFileSystem.class, FileSystem.class);
  LogCLIHelpers cliHelper = new LogCLIHelpers();
  cliHelper.setConf(conf);
  YarnClient mockYarnClient = createMockYarnClient(YarnApplicationState.FINISHED);
  LogsCLI dumper = new LogsCLIForTest(mockYarnClient);
  dumper.setConf(conf);
  
  // verify dumping a non-existent application's logs returns a failure code
  int exitCode = dumper.run( new String[] {
      "-applicationId", "application_0_0" } );
  assertTrue("Should return an error code", exitCode != 0);
  
  // verify dumping a non-existent container log is a failure code 
  exitCode = cliHelper.dumpAContainersLogs("application_0_0", "container_0_0",
      "nonexistentnode:1234", "nobody");
  assertTrue("Should return an error code", exitCode != 0);
}
 
Example 2
Source Project: big-c   Source File: TestLogsCLI.java    License: Apache License 2.0 6 votes vote down vote up
@Test(timeout = 5000l)
public void testFailResultCodes() throws Exception {
  Configuration conf = new YarnConfiguration();
  conf.setClass("fs.file.impl", LocalFileSystem.class, FileSystem.class);
  LogCLIHelpers cliHelper = new LogCLIHelpers();
  cliHelper.setConf(conf);
  YarnClient mockYarnClient = createMockYarnClient(YarnApplicationState.FINISHED);
  LogsCLI dumper = new LogsCLIForTest(mockYarnClient);
  dumper.setConf(conf);
  
  // verify dumping a non-existent application's logs returns a failure code
  int exitCode = dumper.run( new String[] {
      "-applicationId", "application_0_0" } );
  assertTrue("Should return an error code", exitCode != 0);
  
  // verify dumping a non-existent container log is a failure code 
  exitCode = cliHelper.dumpAContainersLogs("application_0_0", "container_0_0",
      "nonexistentnode:1234", "nobody");
  assertTrue("Should return an error code", exitCode != 0);
}
 
Example 3
Source Project: spydra   Source File: HistoryLogUtils.java    License: Apache License 2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * Dumps the full job logs for a particular application to stdout.
 *
 * @param applicationId application to dump logs for
 */
public static void dumpFullLogs(Configuration cfg, ApplicationId applicationId) {
  LogCLIHelpers logCliHelpers = new LogCLIHelpers();
  // TODO: Add the proper base dir settings etc...

  logCliHelpers.setConf(cfg);
  try {
    logCliHelpers.dumpAllContainersLogs(
        applicationId, cfg.get(SPYDRA_HISTORY_USERNAME_PROPERTY), System.out);
  } catch (IOException e) {
    logger.error("Failed dumping log files for application " + applicationId.toString(), e);
  }
}