Re: Will redeploying webserver and scheduler in Kubernetes cluster kill running tasks
On Wed, Aug 22, 2018 at 5:12 PM Kyle Hamlin <hamlin.kn@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I'm about to make the switch to Kubernetes with Airflow, but am wondering
> what happens when my CI/CD pipeline redeploys the webserver and scheduler
> and there are still long-running tasks (pods). My intuition is that since
> the database hold all state and the tasks are in charge of updating their
> own state, and the UI only renders what it sees in the database that this
> is not so much of a problem. To be sure, however, here are my questions:
> Will task pods continue to run?
> Can task pods continue to poll the external system they are running tasks
> on while being "headless"?
> Can the tasks pods change/update state in the database while being
> Will the UI/Scheduler still be aware of the tasks (pods) once they are
> live again?
> Is there anything else the might cause issues when deploying while tasks
> (pods) are running that I'm not thinking of here?
> Kyle Hamlin