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it depends on several parameters. Time it took to copy data to the reducer so networking can be a bottleneck, slow storage, etc. You can look at adding more reducers to your job. I can't tell whether you're running java program. There are different ways of setting number of reducers for specific types of jobs.
What is the size of the dataset you are trying to process? Could you please paste you YARN/MapReduce container configurations as well as your hardware specs.?
Please go to the RM UI, and for the Job go the the 'Counters' Under MapReduce counters you need to check both how many Reducer_Input_Groups there are and additionally how many of these Groups were assigned to each Reducer.
The Reducer_Input_Groups represents the number of distinct keys your Mappers produce, each distinct key will belong to a Reducer were a Reducer may have 1+N Keys it takes care of. therfore you can have as many reduces as you have reducer_input_groups, but not more then that.
Also you should check the number of Reducer_Output_Records and compare that to the SpilledRecords value for the reduces. If your spllied records to reducer output records are not 1:1 then you may want to consider making your Reducers alittle larger to prevent the extra IO Spill from taking place.
@Jonas Straub : hardware config : we have a 24 node cluster out of that 18 are the data nodes 4 master nodes & a edge & service node . The individual servers are 24 core where as master having 32 cores and over all compute power of 1.34TB .
Minimum yarn container size is 2048MB
Looks like the table was dropped so I donot have information on the amount of data that was worked on .
@Artem Ervits : I guess i have provided incomplete information , my apologizes. . This is a hive job which selects data from few tables unions them and then insert overwrites into one other table ( i donot have info for the amount of data the original tables, probably they were dropped ). The job actually spuns 28 mappers 12 reducers , out of this 10 reducers have completed the job under 3 mins expect for 2 which took approximately 2 hours .
This job is a cron and it has been running for quite few days , no config changes were done from infrastructure end .
One other odd thing about this is that some days it spun reducers and other days it doesn't . ( does this depend on the amount of data that is being parsed ?
The initial post yarn logs shows @ what point it took long and where it took long time
Your problem is not in the Reduce stage, the problem shown here is network shuffle time and this can be 2 things
1) it could mean a heavy amount of key skew (I doubt it does in this case due to the reduce stage time)
2) it more likely is that these reduces have started before all the mappers have complete, so you have reduces stuck in the network shuffle phase for a long time, a reducer cannot complete until ALL Mappers are done so it can fetch all the keys it needs for processing.
Try changing your slow-start so reduces start later then maps.
Also both of these log entries are shuffle related for the most part, its the Reduces fetching the Map outputs from nodes in the cluster. Which leads me to question things like network transfer rates the NICs had when this occurred, as its only 2 nodes that demonstrate the slow shuffle times. I am not sure if you have metrics available tho or not.
@Joseph Niemiec : Thanks for reply the current setting is as below :
hive> set mapreduce.job.reduce.slowstart.completedmaps;
So i believe 80% of mappers should be completed before reducer kicks in ..