Krishna Reddy Krishna Reddy - 3 months ago 70
Python Question

Spark - How many Executors and Cores are allocated to my spark job

Spark architecture is entirely revolves around the concept of executors and cores. I would like to see practically how many executors and cores running for my spark application running in a cluster.

I was trying to use below snippet in my application but no luck.

val conf = new SparkConf().setAppName("ExecutorTestJob")
val sc = new SparkContext(conf)
conf.get("spark.executor.instances")
conf.get("spark.executor.cores")


Is there any way to get those values using
SparkContext
Object or
SparkConf
object etc..

Answer

Scala :

getExecutorStorageStatus and getExecutorMemoryStatus both return the number of executors including driver. like below example snippet.

/** Method that just returns the current active/registered executors
        * excluding the driver.
        * @param sc The spark context to retrieve registered executors.
        * @return a list of executors each in the form of host:port.
        */
       def currentActiveExecutors(sc: SparkContext): Seq[String] = {
         val allExecutors = sc.getExecutorMemoryStatus.map(_._1)
         val driverHost: String = sc.getConf.get("spark.driver.host")
         allExecutors.filter(! _.split(":")(0).equals(driverHost)).toList
       }

sc.getConf.getInt("spark.executor.instances", 1)

similarly get all properties and print like below you may get cores information as well..

sc.getConf.getAll.mkString("\n")

OR

sc.getConf.toDebugString

Mostly spark.executor.cores for executors spark.driver.cores driver should have this value.

Python :

Above methods getExecutorStorageStatus and getExecutorMemoryStatus, In python api were not implemented

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