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Status Under review
Workspace Spectrum Conductor
Components Version 2.5.1
Created by Guest
Created on Jan 5, 2023

cgroups for driver nodes - Ref case TS011003316

Please reference the support case for additional details. TS011003316

Needed By Quarter
  • Guest
    May 8, 2024


    Wells Fargo needs this feature to restrict CPU utilization by pyspark drivers within a certain limits. We have observed that when a data scientist use pure python code on pyspark kernel, the workload runs only on the driver node. This can potentially cause resource issue on the node and impact other drivers running on the same node. By enabling Cgroup feature on driver node, we can restrict resource utilized by a driver within the node and hence avoid the issue I mentioned above.