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@Dongjoon Hyun ,Sure, and I have update the JIRA already :) https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/SPARK-29106If anything missed, please let me know, thank you.On Thu, Sep 19, 2019 at 12:44 AM Dongjoon Hyun <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:Hi, Tianhua.Could you summarize the detail on the JIRA once more?It will be very helpful for the community. Also, I've been waiting on that JIRA. :)Bests,Dongjoon.On Mon, Sep 16, 2019 at 11:48 PM Tianhua huang <email@example.com> wrote:@shane knapp thank you very much, I opened an issue for this https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/SPARK-29106, we can tall the details in it :)And we will prepare an arm instance today and will send the info to your email later.On Tue, Sep 17, 2019 at 4:40 AM Shane Knapp <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:@Tianhua huang sure, i think we can get something sorted for the short-term.all we need is ssh access (i can provide an ssh key), and i can then have our jenkins master launch a remote worker on that instance.instance setup, etc, will be up to you. my support for the time being will be to create the job and 'best effort' for everything else.this should get us up and running asap.is there an open JIRA for jenkins/arm test support? we can move the technical details about this idea there.On Sun, Sep 15, 2019 at 9:03 PM Tianhua huang <email@example.com> wrote:@Sean Owen , so sorry to reply late, we had a Mid-Autumn holiday:)If you hope to integrate ARM CI to amplab jenkins, we can offer the arm instance, and then the ARM job will run together with other x86 jobs, so maybe there is a guideline to do this? @shane knapp would you help us?On Thu, Sep 12, 2019 at 9:36 PM Sean Owen <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:I don't know what's involved in actually accepting or operating those machines, so can't comment there, but in the meantime it's good that you are running these tests and can help report changes needed to keep it working with ARM. I would continue with that for now.On Wed, Sep 11, 2019 at 10:06 PM Tianhua huang <email@example.com> wrote:Hi all,For the whole work process of spark ARM CI, we want to make 2 things clear.
The first thing is:About spark ARM CI, now we have two periodic jobs, one job based on commit(which already fixed the replay tests failed issue, we made a new test branch based on date 09-09-2019), the other job based on spark master.The first job we test on the specified branch to prove that our ARM CI is good and stable.The second job checks spark master every day, then we can find whether the latest commits affect the ARM CI. According to the build history and result, it shows that some problems are easier to find on ARM like SPARK-28770, and it also shows that we would make efforts to trace and figure them out, till now we have found and fixed several problems, thanks everyone of the community :). And we believe that ARM CI is very necessary, right?The second thing is:We plan to run the jobs for a period of time, and you can see the result and logs from 'build history' of the jobs console, if everything goes well for one or two weeks could community accept the ARM CI? or how long the periodic jobs to run then our community could have enough confidence to accept the ARM CI? As you suggested before, it's good to integrate ARM CI to amplab jenkins, we agree that and we can donate the ARM instances and then maintain the ARM-related test jobs together with community, any thoughts?Thank you all!On Fri, Aug 16, 2019 at 11:24 PM Sean Owen <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:Yes, I think it's just local caching. After you run the build you should find lots of stuff cached at ~/.m2/repository and it won't download every time.On Fri, Aug 16, 2019 at 3:01 AM bo zhaobo <email@example.com> wrote:Hi Sean,Thanks for reply. And very apologize for making you confused.I know the dependencies will be downloaded from SBT or Maven. But the Spark QA job also exec "mvn clean package", why the log didn't print "downloading some jar from Maven central  and build very fast. Is the reason that Spark Jenkins build the Spark jars in the physical machiines and won't destrory the test env after job is finished? Then the other job build Spark will get the dependencies jar from the local cached, as the previous jobs exec "mvn package", those dependencies had been downloaded already on local worker machine. Am I right? Is that the reason the job log didn't print any downloading information from Maven Central?Thank you very much. https://amplab.cs.berkeley.edu/jenkins/view/Spark%20QA%20Test/job/spark-master-test-maven-hadoop-2.6-ubuntu-testing/lastBuild/consoleFull
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Sean Owen <firstname.lastname@example.org> 于2019年8月16日周五 上午10:38写道：I'm not sure what you mean. The dependencies are downloaded by SBT and Maven like in any other project, and nothing about it is specific to Spark.The worker machines cache artifacts that are downloaded from these, but this is a function of Maven and SBT, not Spark. You may find that the initial download takes a long time.On Thu, Aug 15, 2019 at 9:02 PM bo zhaobo <email@example.com> wrote:Hi Sean,Thanks very much for pointing out the roadmap. ;-). Then I think we will continue to focus on our test environment.For the networking problems, I mean that we can access Maven Central, and jobs cloud download the required jar package with a high network speed. What we want to know is that, why the Spark QA test jobs log shows the job script/maven build seem don't download the jar packages? Could you tell us the reason about that? Thank you. The reason we raise the "networking problems" is that we found a phenomenon during we test, if we execute "mvn clean package" in a new test environment(As in our test environment, we will destory the test VMs after the job is finish), maven will download the dependency jar packages from Maven Central, but in this job "spark-master-test-maven-hadoop" , from the log, we didn't found it download any jar packages, what the reason about that?Also we build the Spark jar with downloading dependencies from Maven Central, it will cost mostly 1 hour. And we found  just cost 10min. But if we run "mvn package" in a VM which already exec "mvn package" before, it just cost 14min, looks very closer with . So we suspect that downloading the Jar packages cost so much time. For the goad of ARM CI, we expect the performance of NEW ARM CI could be closer with existing X86 CI, then users could accept it eaiser. https://amplab.cs.berkeley.edu/jenkins/view/Spark%20QA%20Test/job/spark-master-test-maven-hadoop-2.6-ubuntu-testing/lastBuild/consoleFullBest regardsZhaoBo
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Sean Owen <firstname.lastname@example.org> 于2019年8月15日周四 下午9:58写道：I think the right goal is to fix the remaining issues first. If we set up CI/CD it will only tell us there are still some test failures. If it's stable, and not hard to add to the existing CI/CD, yes it could be done automatically later. You can continue to test on ARM independently for now.It sounds indeed like there are some networking problems in the test system if you're not able to download from Maven Central. That rarely takes significant time, and there aren't project-specific mirrors here. You might be able to point at a closer public mirror, depending on where you are.On Thu, Aug 15, 2019 at 5:43 AM Tianhua huang <email@example.com> wrote:Hi all,
I want to discuss spark ARM CI again, we took some tests on arm instance based on master and the job includes https://github.com/theopenlab/spark/pull/13 and k8s integration https://github.com/theopenlab/spark/pull/17/ , there are several things I want to talk about:First, about the failed tests:
1.we have fixed some problems like https://github.com/apache/spark/pull/25186 and https://github.com/apache/spark/pull/25279, thanks sean owen and others to help us.
2.we tried k8s integration test on arm, and met an error: apk fetch hangs, the tests passed after adding '--network host' option for command `docker build`, see:
https://github.com/theopenlab/spark/pull/17/files#diff-5b731b14068240d63a93c393f6f9b1e8R176 , the solution refers to https://github.com/gliderlabs/docker-alpine/issues/307 and I don't know whether it happened once in community CI, or maybe we should submit a pr to pass '--network host' when `docker build`?
3.we found there are two tests failed after the commit https://github.com/apache/spark/pull/23767 :
- End-to-end replay *** FAILED ***
"[driver]" did not equal "" (JsonProtocolSuite.scala:622)
- End-to-end replay with compression *** FAILED ***
"[driver]" did not equal "" (JsonProtocolSuite.scala:622)
we tried to revert the commit and then the tests passed, the patch is too big and so sorry we can't find the reason till now, if you are interesting please try it, and it will be very appreciate if someone can help us to figure it out.
Second, about the test time, we increased the flavor of arm instance to 16U16G, but seems there was no significant improvement, the k8s integration test took about one and a half hours, and the QA test(like spark-master-test-maven-hadoop-2.7 community jenkins job) took about seventeen hours(it is too long :(), we suspect that the reason is the performance and network,we split the jobs based on projects such as sql, core and so on, the time can be decrease to about seven hours, see https://github.com/theopenlab/spark/pull/19 We found the Spark QA tests like https://amplab.cs.berkeley.edu/jenkins/view/Spark%20QA%20Test/ , it looks all tests seem never download the jar packages from maven centry repo(such as https://repo.maven.apache.org/maven2/org/opencypher/okapi-api/0.4.2/okapi-api-0.4.2.jar). So we want to know how the jenkins jobs can do that, is there a internal maven repo launched? maybe we can do the same thing to avoid the network connection cost during downloading the dependent jar packages.
Third, the most important thing, it's about ARM CI of spark, we believe that it is necessary, right? And you can see we really made a lot of efforts, now the basic arm build/test jobs is ok, so we suggest to add arm jobs to community, we can set them to novoting firstly, and improve/rich the jobs step by step. Generally, there are two ways in our mind to integrate the ARM CI for spark:
1) We introduce openlab ARM CI into spark as a custom CI system. We provide human resources and test ARM VMs, also we will focus on the ARM related issues about Spark. We will push the PR into community.
2) We donate ARM VM resources into existing amplab Jenkins. We still provide human resources, focus on the ARM related issues about Spark and push the PR into community.
Both options, we will provide human resources to maintain, of course it will be great if we can work together. So please tell us which option you would like? And let's move forward. Waiting for your reply, thank you very much.--