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[Diagnostic and Debug-ability] - Logs - Improve logs with more connection information to correlate data (large project)
Improve logs with more connection information to correlate data between log filesa. ssm to simb. vemkd to pemc. master lim to slave limsd. ego services to vemkd and egosce. sessionid to taskid and the execution hosts of the tasks
Matrix - Cloudera lastest version integration (CDH5.0)
SDMCC has ordered 70 PowerLinux box plus Symphony, GPFS to run big data analytics application, the application was developped at CDH5.0 (MRv2). Symphony MR to integrate with CDH can bring better performance, reliablity to SDMCC.
[Process]ToSlotRatio implementation across soam and ego
In symphony SOAM layer, in application profile, service instance has serviceToSlotRatio defined which tells the system how much cluster compute resources each symphony task would take upon execution.* Funny enough, there is no such serviceToSlotRa...
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