Uses of Class

Packages that use JobInProgress
org.apache.hadoop.mapred A software framework for easily writing applications which process vast amounts of data (multi-terabyte data-sets) parallelly on large clusters (thousands of nodes) built of commodity hardware in a reliable, fault-tolerant manner. 

Uses of JobInProgress in org.apache.hadoop.mapred

Methods in org.apache.hadoop.mapred that return JobInProgress
 JobInProgress JobTracker.getJob(JobID jobid)

Methods in org.apache.hadoop.mapred that return types with arguments of type JobInProgress
 Vector<JobInProgress> JobTracker.completedJobs()
 Vector<JobInProgress> JobTracker.failedJobs()
 List<JobInProgress> JobTracker.getRunningJobs()
          Version that is called from a timer thread, and therefore needs to be careful to synchronize.
 Vector<JobInProgress> JobTracker.runningJobs()

Methods in org.apache.hadoop.mapred with parameters of type JobInProgress
 void JobTracker.failJob(JobInProgress job)
          Fail a job and inform the listeners.
 void JobTracker.initJob(JobInProgress job)

Uses of JobInProgress in org.apache.hadoop.mapreduce.server.jobtracker

Methods in org.apache.hadoop.mapreduce.server.jobtracker that return JobInProgress
 JobInProgress TaskTracker.getJobForFallowSlot(TaskType taskType)
          Get the JobInProgress for which the fallow slot(s) are held.

Methods in org.apache.hadoop.mapreduce.server.jobtracker with parameters of type JobInProgress
 void TaskTracker.reserveSlots(TaskType taskType, JobInProgress job, int numSlots)
          Reserve specified number of slots for a given job.
 void TaskTracker.unreserveSlots(TaskType taskType, JobInProgress job)
          Free map slots on this TaskTracker which were reserved for taskType.

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