Returns a list of applications that satisfy the filter
Available since API v6.
|serviceName||The name of the service||path|
|filter||A filter to apply to the applications. A basic filter tests the value of an attribute and looks something like 'executing = true' or 'user = root'. Multiple basic filters can be combined into a complex expression using standard and / or boolean logic and parenthesis. An example of a complex filter is: 'application_duration > 5s and (user = root or user = myUserName').||query|
|from||Start of the period to query in ISO 8601 format (defaults to 5 minutes before the 'to' time).||query|
|to||End of the period to query in ISO 8601 format (defaults to now).||query||now|
The maximum number of applications to return. Applications will be
returned in the following order:
|offset||The offset to start returning applications from. This is useful for paging through lists of applications. Note that this has non-deterministic behavior if executing applications are included in the response because they can disappear from the list while paging. To exclude executing applications from the response and a 'executing = false' clause to your filter.||query||0|
|serviceName||(no documentation provided)||path|
|clusterName||(no documentation provided)||path|
A list of YARN applications and warnings.