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Cluster Architecture

A single Tajo cluster consists of the main components as follows:

  • TajoMaster (1 <= N)
  • TajoWorker (1 <= N)

TajoMaster is responsible for coordinating a number of TajoWorkers and provides a client services. TajoWorker actually processes data. As the number of TajoWorkers increases, the processing capacity will increase linearly. The detailed description are as follows:

TajoMaster

TajoMaster has three sub components:

QueryCoordinator: decides whether each query should be executed in a distributed way or be executed immediately in TajoMaster. If a query needs distributed execution, QueryCooordinator enqueues the query into query scheduler. If required cluster resources become available, the query scheduler will start queries. QueryCoordinator forwards a starting query to an arbitrary worker, and then the worker creates a QueryMasterTask instance which will controls and coordinates multiple stages and lots of tasks which will be executed across a number of nodes.

Resource Tracker: manages membership of cluster nodes. It detects a joining node to a Tajo cluster and leaving a node from a Tajo cluster. Resource Tracker receives heartbeat messages of them periodically, and maintains resources and healthy status of nodes via heartbeat messages. If some node is outage, Resource Tracker is responsible for notifying its node failure to QueryCoordinator. Then, QueryCoordinator will decide how to deal with the failure depending on the failure cases.

Client Service Provider: provides a set of remote APIs. Client Service Provider routes client API calls to proper QueryCoordinator or ResourceTracker.

Basically, one TajoMaster runs in a Tajo cluster, but in HA mode, two or more TajoMaster can run in a single Tajo cluster. 

TajoWorker

TajoWorker has two sub components:

NodeResourceManager: manages resource of worker node. It decides allocating requests to the node. if available resources is not enough, part of request can be rejected, and sends an accepted tasks to TaskManager

TaskManagerlaunches task to the TaskExecutor and It uses multiple threads equal to the number of cpu-cores. When a task is completed, TaskManager releases the allocated resource and NodeStatusUpdater sends node status with latest resource status to the ResourceTracker in TajoMaster

CatalogServer

Tajo System Directory Hierarchy

The default system directory hierarchy is as follows:

[HDFS ROOT]
     |
     |-- tajo
     |     |
     |     |-- system
     |     |     |-- resource
     |     |             |-- system_conf.xml
     |     |-- warehouse
     |           |- [database  A]
     |           |        |- [table a]
     |           |        |- [table b]
     |           |
     |           |- [database ..]
     |           |
     |           |- [database  N]
     |                    |- [table x]
     |                    |- [table z]
     |
     |-- tmp
          |-- staging
                 |- q_1378468137418_0001
                 |           |- RESULT
                 |
                 |- q_1378468137418_0002
                 |           |- RESULT
                 |
                 |- q_1378468137418_000N

root directory

  •  Tajo has a root directory (config key - 'tajo.rootdir')
  •  tajo.rootdir is configurable.
  •  tajo.rootdir contains a subdirectory 'system'.

System directory

  • system directory location is not configurable.
  • system/resource directory contains 'system_conf.xml' which contains a global configuration used across a number of workers.

Warehouse directory

  • It contains a subdirectory per table.
  • If you execute CREATE TABLE statement, the table is stored in here as a subdirectory.

staging directory

  • It contains a temporary directory for each query.
  • Each temporary directory has a query id as a directory name.
  • For each query, query results are stored temporarily in here. But these results will be removed after a while.
  • If a query is either CREATE TABLE or INSERT TABLE, the query result is moved to the warehouse directory.               
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