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My Yarn memory 100% has been full due to hive query and also cannot access the hive through shell 2) Yarn config page not loading through ambari url . 3) How to check how many from hive query in queue

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My Yarn memory 100% has been full due to hive query and also cannot access the hive through shell 2) Yarn config page not loading through ambari url . 3) How to check how many from hive query in queue

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Re: My Yarn memory 100% has been full due to hive query and also cannot access the hive through shell 2) Yarn config page not loading through ambari url . 3) How to check how many from hive query in queue

@Ramesh M you can use the YARN resource manager UI to see what applications are running.

http://<RMHOSTNAME>:8088/cluster/apps/RUNNING

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Re: My Yarn memory 100% has been full due to hive query and also cannot access the hive through shell 2) Yarn config page not loading through ambari url . 3) How to check how many from hive query in queue

@Ramesh M you can use the YARN resource manager UI to see what applications are running.

http://<RMHOSTNAME>:8088/cluster/apps/RUNNING

Re: My Yarn memory 100% has been full due to hive query and also cannot access the hive through shell 2) Yarn config page not loading through ambari url . 3) How to check how many from hive query in queue

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2) Yarn config page not loading through ambari url

Re: My Yarn memory 100% has been full due to hive query and also cannot access the hive through shell 2) Yarn config page not loading through ambari url . 3) How to check how many from hive query in queue

Can you check the browser network trace to see if there are any errors in calls ?

Re: My Yarn memory 100% has been full due to hive query and also cannot access the hive through shell 2) Yarn config page not loading through ambari url . 3) How to check how many from hive query in queue

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Hello @Ramesh M

You could try cli command "yarn application -list -appStates RUNNING". Once you know which app is consuming resource, you can take necessary action.

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