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International Journal of Modern Education and Computer Science (IJMECS)

ISSN: 2075-0161 (Print), ISSN: 2075-017X (Online)

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IJMECS Vol.7, No.12, Dec. 2015

Performance Analysis of Schedulers to Handle Multi Jobs in Hadoop Cluster

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Author(s)

Guru Prasad M S, Nagesh H R, Swathi Prabhu

Index Terms

BigData;Apache Hadoop;MapReduce Framework;Hadoop Schedulers;Job Execution Time;Ganglia tool

Abstract

MapReduce is programming model to process the large set of data. Apache Hadoop an implementation of MapReduce has been developed to process the Big Data. Hadoop Cluster sharing introduces few challenges such as scheduling the jobs, processing data locality, efficient resource usage, fair usage of resources, fault tolerance. Accordingly, we focused on a job scheduling system in Hadoop in order to achieve efficiency. Schedulers are responsible for doing task assignment. When a user submits a job, it will move to a job queue. From the job queue, the job will be divided into tasks and distributed to different nodes. By the proper assignment of tasks, job completion time will reduce. This can ensure better performance of the jobs. By default, Hadoop uses the FIFO scheduler. In our experiment, we are discussing and comparing FIFO scheduler with Fair scheduler and Capacity scheduler job execution time.

Cite This Paper

Guru Prasad M S, Nagesh H R, Swathi Prabhu,"Performance Analysis of Schedulers to Handle Multi Jobs in Hadoop Cluster", IJMECS, vol.7, no.12, pp.51-56, 2015.DOI: 10.5815/ijmecs.2015.12.07

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