回复：[DISCUSS] Proposal of external shuffle service
Many thanks Till!
I would create a JIRA for this feature and design a document attched with it.
I will let you know after ready! :)
发件人：Till Rohrmann <trohrmann@xxxxxxxxxx>
抄 送：dev <dev@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
主 题：Re: [DISCUSS] Proposal of external shuffle service
The rough plan sounds good Zhijiang. I think we should continue with what
you've proposed: Open a JIRA issue and creating a design document which
outlines the required changes a little bit more in detail. Once this is
done, we should link the design document in the JIRA issue and post it here
for further discussion.
On Wed, Aug 29, 2018 at 6:04 PM Zhijiang(wangzhijiang999) <
> Glad to receive your positive feedbacks Till!
> Actually our motivation is to support batch job well as you mentioned.
> For output level, flink already has the Subpartition abstraction(writer),
> and currently there are PipelinedSubpartition(memory output) and
> SpillableSubpartition(one-sp-one-file output) implementations. We can
> extend this abstraction to realize other persistent outputs (e.g.
> For transport level(shuffle service), the current SubpartitionView
> abstraction(reader) seems as the brige linked with the output level, then
> the view can understand and read the different output formats. The current
> NetworkEnvironment seems take the role of internal shuffle service in
> TaskManager and the transport server is realized by netty inside. This
> component can also be started in other external containers like NodeManager
> of yarn to take the role of external shuffle service. Further we can
> abstract to extend the shuffle service for transporting outputs by http or
> rdma instead of current netty. This abstraction should provide the way for
> output registration in order to read the results correctly, similar with
> current SubpartitionView.
> The above is still a rough idea. Next I plan to create a feature jira to
> cover the related changes if possible. It would be better if getting help
> from related committers to review the detail designs together.
> 发件人：Till Rohrmann <trohrmann@xxxxxxxxxx>
> 发送时间：2018年8月29日(星期三) 17:36
> 收件人：dev <dev@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>; Zhijiang(wangzhijiang999) <
> 主 题：Re: [DISCUSS] Proposal of external shuffle service
> Thanks for starting this design discussion Zhijiang!
> I really like the idea to introduce a ShuffleService abstraction which
> allows to have different implementations depending on the actual use case.
> Especially for batch jobs I can clearly see the benefits of persisting the
> results somewhere else.
> Do you already know which interfaces we need to extend and where to
> introduce new abstractions?
> On Mon, Aug 27, 2018 at 1:57 PM Zhijiang(wangzhijiang999)
> <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Hi all!
> The shuffle service is responsible for transporting upstream produced data
> to the downstream side. In flink, the NettyServer is used for network
> transport service and this component is started in the TaskManager process.
> That means the TaskManager can support internal shuffle service which
> exists some concerns:
> 1. If a task finishes, the ResultPartition of this task still retains
> registered in TaskManager, because the output buffers have to be
> transported by internal shuffle service in TaskManager. That means the
> TaskManager can not be released by ResourceManager until ResultPartition
> released. It may waste container resources and can not support well for
> dynamic resource scenarios.
> 2. If we want to expand another shuffle service implementation, the
> current mechanism is not easy to handle, because the output level (result
> partition) and transport level (shuffle service) are not divided clearly
> and loss of abstraction to be extended.
> For above considerations, we propose the external shuffle service which
> can be deployed on any other external contaienrs, e.g. NodeManager
> container in yarn. Then the TaskManager can be released ASAP ifneeded when
> all the internal tasks finished. The persistent output files of these
> finished tasks can be served to transport by external shuffle service in
> the same machine.
> Further we can abstract both of the output level and transport level to
> support different implementations. e.g. We realized merging the data of all
> the subpartitions into limited persistent local files for disk improvements
> in some scenarios instead of one-subpartiton-one-file.
> I know it may be a big work for doing this, and I just point out some
> ideas, and wish getting any feedbacks from you!