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Thnx Piotr. I agree, that would work. It's a bit chicken and the egg problem, since at that point we can't just spin up a task manager, and have it register itself, we need to have flinkmanager know how many task managers should be there. Bit more logic, but doable. Thnx for the tip.
I don’t think that’s exposed on the TaskManager.
Maybe it would simplify things a bit if you implement this as a single “JobManager” health check, not multiple TaskManagers health check - for example verify that there are expected number of registered TaskManagers. It might cover your case.
As part of deploying task managers and job managers, I'd like to expose healthcheck on both task managers and job managers.
For the task managers, one of the requirements that they are healthy, is that they have successfully registered themselves with the job manager.
Is there a way to achieve this, without making a call to job manager ( to do that, I first need to make a call to the zookeeper to find the job manager, so I'm trying to simplify the health check ).
This is my first post in the email list, happy to update/change my question, if I messed up, or misunderstood something.