List Hadoop running jobs in Shell / Hadoop

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Hadoop provides a number of CLIs. hadoop job command can be used to retrieve running job list.

You can also use YARN resource manager UI to view the jobs too.

Run the command in Hadoop Edge nodes' terminal.

You can also use grep command to filter the results. For example:

hadoop job -list | grep username

The results also contain the track URL which you can open in browser. 

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