Quickstart guide

Quickstart guide

Launching a cluster via Sahara CLI commands

This guide will help you setup a vanilla Hadoop cluster using a combination of OpenStack command line tools and the sahara REST API.

1. Install sahara

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2. Identity service configuration

To use the OpenStack command line tools you should specify environment variables with the configuration details for your OpenStack installation. The following example assumes that the Identity service is at 127.0.0.1:5000, with a user admin in the admin project whose password is nova:

$ export OS_AUTH_URL=http://127.0.0.1:5000/v2.0/
$ export OS_PROJECT_NAME=admin
$ export OS_USERNAME=admin
$ export OS_PASSWORD=nova

3. Upload an image to the Image service

You will need to upload a virtual machine image to the OpenStack Image service. You can build the images yourself. This guide uses the latest generated Ubuntu vanilla image, referred to as sahara-vanilla-latest-ubuntu.qcow2, and the latest version of vanilla plugin as an example.

Build an image which works for the specific plugin. Please refer to Building guest images and to the plugin-specific documentation.

Upload the generated image into the OpenStack Image service:

$ openstack image create sahara-vanilla-latest-ubuntu --disk-format qcow2 \
    --container-format bare --file sahara-vanilla-latest-ubuntu.qcow2
+------------------+--------------------------------------+
| Field            | Value                                |
+------------------+--------------------------------------+
| checksum         | 3da49911332fc46db0c5fb7c197e3a77     |
| container_format | bare                                 |
| created_at       | 2016-02-29T10:15:04.000000           |
| deleted          | False                                |
| deleted_at       | None                                 |
| disk_format      | qcow2                                |
| id               | 71b9eeac-c904-4170-866a-1f833ea614f3 |
| is_public        | False                                |
| min_disk         | 0                                    |
| min_ram          | 0                                    |
| name             | sahara-vanilla-latest-ubuntu         |
| owner            | 057d23cddb864759bfa61d730d444b1f     |
| properties       |                                      |
| protected        | False                                |
| size             | 1181876224                           |
| status           | active                               |
| updated_at       | 2016-02-29T10:15:41.000000           |
| virtual_size     | None                                 |
+------------------+--------------------------------------+

Remember the image name or save the image ID. This will be used during the image registration with sahara. You can get the image ID using the openstack command line tool as follows:

$ openstack image list --property name=sahara-vanilla-latest-ubuntu
+--------------------------------------+------------------------------+
| ID                                   | Name                         |
+--------------------------------------+------------------------------+
| 71b9eeac-c904-4170-866a-1f833ea614f3 | sahara-vanilla-latest-ubuntu |
+--------------------------------------+------------------------------+

4. Register the image with the sahara image registry

Now you will begin to interact with sahara by registering the virtual machine image in the sahara image registry.

Register the image with the username ubuntu.

Note

The username will vary depending on the source image used. For more information, refer to the Registering an Image section.

$ openstack dataprocessing image register sahara-vanilla-latest-ubuntu \
    --username ubuntu

Tag the image to inform sahara about the plugin and the version with which it shall be used.

Note

For the steps below and the rest of this guide, substitute <plugin_version> with the appropriate version of your plugin.

$ openstack dataprocessing image tags add sahara-vanilla-latest-ubuntu \
    --tags vanilla <plugin_version>
+-------------+--------------------------------------+
| Field       | Value                                |
+-------------+--------------------------------------+
| Description | None                                 |
| Id          | 71b9eeac-c904-4170-866a-1f833ea614f3 |
| Name        | sahara-vanilla-latest-ubuntu         |
| Status      | ACTIVE                               |
| Tags        | <plugin_version>, vanilla            |
| Username    | ubuntu                               |
+-------------+--------------------------------------+

5. Create node group templates

Node groups are the building blocks of clusters in sahara. Before you can begin provisioning clusters you must define a few node group templates to describe node group configurations.

You can get information about available plugins with the following command:

$ openstack dataprocessing plugin list

Also you can get information about available services for a particular plugin with the plugin show command. For example:

$ openstack dataprocessing plugin show vanilla --plugin-version <plugin_version>
+---------------------+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| Field               | Value                                                                                                                 |
+---------------------+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| Description         | The Apache Vanilla plugin provides the ability to launch upstream Vanilla Apache Hadoop cluster without any           |
|                     | management consoles. It can also deploy the Oozie component.                                                          |
| Name                | vanilla                                                                                                               |
| Required image tags | <plugin_version>, vanilla                                                                                             |
| Title               | Vanilla Apache Hadoop                                                                                                 |
|                     |                                                                                                                       |
| Service:            | Available processes:                                                                                                  |
|                     |                                                                                                                       |
| HDFS                | datanode, namenode, secondarynamenode                                                                                 |
| Hadoop              |                                                                                                                       |
| Hive                | hiveserver                                                                                                            |
| JobFlow             | oozie                                                                                                                 |
| Spark               | spark history server                                                                                                  |
| MapReduce           | historyserver                                                                                                         |
| YARN                | nodemanager, resourcemanager                                                                                          |
+---------------------+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+

Note

These commands assume that floating IP addresses are being used. For more details on floating IP please see Floating IP management.

Create a master node group template with the command:

$ openstack dataprocessing node group template create \
    --name vanilla-default-master --plugin vanilla \
    --plugin-version <plugin_version> --processes namenode resourcemanager \
    --flavor 2 --auto-security-group --floating-ip-pool <pool-id>
+---------------------+--------------------------------------+
| Field               | Value                                |
+---------------------+--------------------------------------+
| Auto security group | True                                 |
| Availability zone   | None                                 |
| Flavor id           | 2                                    |
| Floating ip pool    | dbd8d1aa-6e8e-4a35-a77b-966c901464d5 |
| Id                  | 0f066e14-9a73-4379-bbb4-9d9347633e31 |
| Is boot from volume | False                                |
| Is default          | False                                |
| Is protected        | False                                |
| Is proxy gateway    | False                                |
| Is public           | False                                |
| Name                | vanilla-default-master               |
| Node processes      | namenode, resourcemanager            |
| Plugin name         | vanilla                              |
| Security groups     | None                                 |
| Use autoconfig      | False                                |
| Version             | <plugin_version>                     |
| Volumes per node    | 0                                    |
+---------------------+--------------------------------------+

Create a worker node group template with the command:

$ openstack dataprocessing node group template create \
    --name vanilla-default-worker --plugin vanilla \
    --plugin-version <plugin_version> --processes datanode nodemanager \
    --flavor 2 --auto-security-group --floating-ip-pool <pool-id>
+---------------------+--------------------------------------+
| Field               | Value                                |
+---------------------+--------------------------------------+
| Auto security group | True                                 |
| Availability zone   | None                                 |
| Flavor id           | 2                                    |
| Floating ip pool    | dbd8d1aa-6e8e-4a35-a77b-966c901464d5 |
| Id                  | 6546bf44-0590-4539-bfcb-99f8e2c11efc |
| Is boot from volume | False                                |
| Is default          | False                                |
| Is protected        | False                                |
| Is proxy gateway    | False                                |
| Is public           | False                                |
| Name                | vanilla-default-worker               |
| Node processes      | datanode, nodemanager                |
| Plugin name         | vanilla                              |
| Security groups     | None                                 |
| Use autoconfig      | False                                |
| Version             | <plugin_version>                     |
| Volumes per node    | 0                                    |
+---------------------+--------------------------------------+

You can also create node group templates setting a flag –boot-from-volume. This will tell the node group to boot its instances from a volume instead of the image. This feature allows for easier live migrations and improved performance.

$ openstack dataprocessing node group template create \
    --name vanilla-default-worker --plugin vanilla \
    --plugin-version <plugin_version> --processes datanode nodemanager \
    --flavor 2 --auto-security-group --floating-ip-pool <pool-id> \
    --boot-from-volume
+---------------------+--------------------------------------+
| Field               | Value                                |
+---------------------+--------------------------------------+
| Auto security group | True                                 |
| Availability zone   | None                                 |
| Flavor id           | 2                                    |
| Floating ip pool    | dbd8d1aa-6e8e-4a35-a77b-966c901464d5 |
| Id                  | 6546bf44-0590-4539-bfcb-99f8e2c11efc |
| Is boot from volume | True                                 |
| Is default          | False                                |
| Is protected        | False                                |
| Is proxy gateway    | False                                |
| Is public           | False                                |
| Name                | vanilla-default-worker               |
| Node processes      | datanode, nodemanager                |
| Plugin name         | vanilla                              |
| Security groups     | None                                 |
| Use autoconfig      | False                                |
| Version             | <plugin_version>                     |
| Volumes per node    | 0                                    |
+---------------------+--------------------------------------+

Alternatively you can create node group templates from JSON files:

If your environment does not use floating IPs, omit defining floating IP in the template below.

Sample templates can be found here:

Sample Templates

Create a file named my_master_template_create.json with the following content:

{
    "plugin_name": "vanilla",
    "hadoop_version": "<plugin_version>",
    "node_processes": [
        "namenode",
        "resourcemanager"
    ],
    "name": "vanilla-default-master",
    "floating_ip_pool": "<floating_ip_pool_id>",
    "flavor_id": "2",
    "auto_security_group": true
}

Create a file named my_worker_template_create.json with the following content:

{
    "plugin_name": "vanilla",
    "hadoop_version": "<plugin_version>",
    "node_processes": [
        "nodemanager",
        "datanode"
    ],
    "name": "vanilla-default-worker",
    "floating_ip_pool": "<floating_ip_pool_id>",
    "flavor_id": "2",
    "auto_security_group": true
}

Use the openstack client to upload the node group templates:

$ openstack dataprocessing node group template create \
    --json my_master_template_create.json
$ openstack dataprocessing node group template create \
    --json my_worker_template_create.json

List the available node group templates to ensure that they have been added properly:

$ openstack dataprocessing node group template list --name vanilla-default
+------------------------+--------------------------------------+-------------+--------------------+
| Name                   | Id                                   | Plugin name | Version            |
+------------------------+--------------------------------------+-------------+--------------------+
| vanilla-default-master | 0f066e14-9a73-4379-bbb4-9d9347633e31 | vanilla     | <plugin_version>   |
| vanilla-default-worker | 6546bf44-0590-4539-bfcb-99f8e2c11efc | vanilla     | <plugin_version>   |
+------------------------+--------------------------------------+-------------+--------------------+

Remember the name or save the ID for the master and worker node group templates, as they will be used during cluster template creation.

For example:

  • vanilla-default-master: 0f066e14-9a73-4379-bbb4-9d9347633e31

  • vanilla-default-worker: 6546bf44-0590-4539-bfcb-99f8e2c11efc

6. Create a cluster template

The last step before provisioning the cluster is to create a template that describes the node groups of the cluster.

Create a cluster template with the command:

$ openstack dataprocessing cluster template create \
    --name vanilla-default-cluster \
    --node-groups vanilla-default-master:1 vanilla-default-worker:3

+----------------+----------------------------------------------------+
| Field          | Value                                              |
+----------------+----------------------------------------------------+
| Anti affinity  |                                                    |
| Description    | None                                               |
| Id             | 9d871ebd-88a9-40af-ae3e-d8c8f292401c               |
| Is default     | False                                              |
| Is protected   | False                                              |
| Is public      | False                                              |
| Name           | vanilla-default-cluster                            |
| Node groups    | vanilla-default-master:1, vanilla-default-worker:3 |
| Plugin name    | vanilla                                            |
| Use autoconfig | False                                              |
| Version        | <plugin_version>                                   |
+----------------+----------------------------------------------------+

Alternatively you can create cluster template from JSON file:

Create a file named my_cluster_template_create.json with the following content:

{
    "plugin_name": "vanilla",
    "hadoop_version": "<plugin_version>",
    "node_groups": [
        {
            "name": "worker",
            "count": 3,
            "node_group_template_id": "6546bf44-0590-4539-bfcb-99f8e2c11efc"
        },
        {
            "name": "master",
            "count": 1,
            "node_group_template_id": "0f066e14-9a73-4379-bbb4-9d9347633e31"
        }
    ],
    "name": "vanilla-default-cluster",
    "cluster_configs": {}
}

Upload the cluster template using the openstack command line tool:

$ openstack dataprocessing cluster template create --json my_cluster_template_create.json

Remember the cluster template name or save the cluster template ID for use in the cluster provisioning command. The cluster ID can be found in the output of the creation command or by listing the cluster templates as follows:

$ openstack dataprocessing cluster template list --name vanilla-default
+-------------------------+--------------------------------------+-------------+--------------------+
| Name                    | Id                                   | Plugin name | Version            |
+-------------------------+--------------------------------------+-------------+--------------------+
| vanilla-default-cluster | 9d871ebd-88a9-40af-ae3e-d8c8f292401c | vanilla     | <plugin_version>   |
+-------------------------+--------------------------------------+-------------+--------------------+

7. Create cluster

Now you are ready to provision the cluster. This step requires a few pieces of information that can be found by querying various OpenStack services.

Create a cluster with the command:

$ openstack dataprocessing cluster create --name my-cluster-1 \
    --cluster-template vanilla-default-cluster --user-keypair my_stack \
    --neutron-network private --image sahara-vanilla-latest-ubuntu

+----------------------------+----------------------------------------------------+
| Field                      | Value                                              |
+----------------------------+----------------------------------------------------+
| Anti affinity              |                                                    |
| Cluster template id        | 9d871ebd-88a9-40af-ae3e-d8c8f292401c               |
| Description                |                                                    |
| Id                         | 1f0dc6f7-6600-495f-8f3a-8ac08cdb3afc               |
| Image                      | 71b9eeac-c904-4170-866a-1f833ea614f3               |
| Is protected               | False                                              |
| Is public                  | False                                              |
| Is transient               | False                                              |
| Name                       | my-cluster-1                                       |
| Neutron management network | fabe9dae-6fbd-47ca-9eb1-1543de325efc               |
| Node groups                | vanilla-default-master:1, vanilla-default-worker:3 |
| Plugin name                | vanilla                                            |
| Status                     | Validating                                         |
| Use autoconfig             | False                                              |
| User keypair id            | my_stack                                           |
| Version                    | <plugin_version>                                   |
+----------------------------+----------------------------------------------------+

Alternatively you can create a cluster template from a JSON file:

Create a file named my_cluster_create.json with the following content:

{
    "name": "my-cluster-1",
    "plugin_name": "vanilla",
    "hadoop_version": "<plugin_version>",
    "cluster_template_id" : "9d871ebd-88a9-40af-ae3e-d8c8f292401c",
    "user_keypair_id": "my_stack",
    "default_image_id": "71b9eeac-c904-4170-866a-1f833ea614f3",
    "neutron_management_network": "fabe9dae-6fbd-47ca-9eb1-1543de325efc"
}

The parameter user_keypair_id with the value my_stack is generated by creating a keypair. You can create your own keypair in the OpenStack Dashboard, or through the openstack command line client as follows:

$ openstack keypair create my_stack --public-key $PATH_TO_PUBLIC_KEY

If sahara is configured to use neutron for networking, you will also need to include the --neutron-network argument in the cluster create command or the neutron_management_network parameter in my_cluster_create.json. If your environment does not use neutron, you should omit these arguments. You can determine the neutron network id with the following command:

$ openstack network list

Create and start the cluster:

$ openstack dataprocessing cluster create --json my_cluster_create.json

Verify the cluster status by using the openstack command line tool as follows:

$ openstack dataprocessing cluster show my-cluster-1 -c Status
+--------+--------+
| Field  | Value  |
+--------+--------+
| Status | Active |
+--------+--------+

The cluster creation operation may take several minutes to complete. During this time the “status” returned from the previous command may show states other than Active. A cluster also can be created with the wait flag. In that case the cluster creation command will not be finished until the cluster is moved to the Active state.

8. Run a MapReduce job to check Hadoop installation

Check that your Hadoop installation is working properly by running an example job on the cluster manually.

  • Login to the NameNode (usually the master node) via ssh with the ssh-key used above:

$ ssh -i my_stack.pem ubuntu@<namenode_ip>
  • Switch to the hadoop user:

$ sudo su hadoop
  • Go to the shared hadoop directory and run the simplest MapReduce example:

$ cd /opt/hadoop-<plugin_version>/share/hadoop/mapreduce
$ /opt/hadoop-<plugin_version>/bin/hadoop jar hadoop-mapreduce-examples-<plugin_version>.jar pi 10 100

Congratulations! Your Hadoop cluster is ready to use, running on your OpenStack cloud.

Elastic Data Processing (EDP)

Job Binaries are the entities you define/upload the source code (mains and libraries) for your job. First you need to download your binary file or script to swift container and register your file in Sahara with the command:

(openstack) dataprocessing job binary create --url "swift://integration.sahara/hive.sql" \
  --username username --password password --description "My first job binary" hive-binary

Data Sources

Data Sources are entities where the input and output from your jobs are housed. You can create data sources which are related to Swift, Manila or HDFS. You need to set the type of data source (swift, hdfs, manila, maprfs), name and url. The next two commands will create input and output data sources in swift.

$ openstack dataprocessing data source create --type swift --username admin --password admin \
   --url "swift://integration.sahara/input.txt" input

$ openstack dataprocessing data source create --type swift --username admin --password admin \
   --url "swift://integration.sahara/output.txt" output

If you want to create data sources in hdfs, use valid hdfs urls:

$ openstack dataprocessing data source create --type hdfs --url "hdfs://tmp/input.txt" input

$ openstack dataprocessing data source create --type hdfs --url "hdfs://tmp/output.txt" output

Job Templates (Jobs in API)

In this step you need to create a job template. You have to set the type of the job template using the type parameter. Choose the main library using the job binary which was created in the previous step and set a name for the job template.

Example of the command:

$ openstack dataprocessing job template create --type Hive \
   --name hive-job-template --main hive-binary

Jobs (Job Executions in API)

This is the last step in our guide. In this step you need to launch your job. You need to pass the following arguments:

  • The name or ID of input/output data sources for the job

  • The name or ID of the job template

  • The name or ID of the cluster on which to run the job

For instance:

$ openstack dataprocessing job execute --input input --output output \
  --job-template hive-job-template --cluster my-first-cluster

You can check status of your job with the command:

$ openstack dataprocessing job show <id_of_your_job>

Once the job is marked as successful you can check the output data source. It will contain the output data of this job. Congratulations!

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