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Oozie Action Status not updating

Oozie Action Status not updating

New Contributor

Oozie example ob for java-main app invokes a MR2 job but then the action status for the java actio ndoes not get updated to OK immediately though the MR job is completed.

 

It takes like 10 minutesi n oozie to update the action status and then end the job successfully.

 

We are using CDH 5.11.

 

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Re: Oozie Action Status not updating

Master Guru
The way a job end is notified back to Oozie at the end of the MR job execution is via the callback interface. Often, depending on your network configuration between NodeManagers and Oozie hosts, or Oozie security configurations (such as TLS and Load Balancers) this callback interaction could break.

Could you provide more information on how your cluster is setup? Do you use firewalls, load balancers for Oozie, and/or TLS for Oozie?

In the meantime, you should be able to lower the 10 minute recheck interval on the Oozie server oozie-site.xml configuration via the key "oozie.service.ActionCheckerService.action.check.delay" (specified in seconds, its default value is 600 for 10 minutes).

Re: Oozie Action Status not updating

New Contributor

Harsh,

 

I raised a support ticket and I was given the knowledge article which says about creating two groups for oozie since HA was enabled. The solution did work. Thanks for your response.

Re: Oozie Action Status not updating

New Contributor

Hi

 

Can I get a link to the support article? Or can you let me know the fix that was suggested?

 

Thanks.

Re: Oozie Action Status not updating

New Contributor

Hi Lal,

 

I finally found the link. Cloudera had actually changed the url and updated the article.

 

https://cloudera-portal.force.com/articles/KB_Article/After-enabling-Oozie-High-Availability-and-cha...

 

Regards,

Nithin