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From Oscar Torreño <otorr...@itrsgroup.com>
Subject Querying Parquet files in 2.0 format
Date Thu, 21 Sep 2017 07:25:51 GMT
Hi everyone,

I am trying to query Parquet files written in the 2.0 format but I am getting the following
error:
org.apache.drill.common.exceptions.UserRemoteException: DATA_READ ERROR: Exception occurred
while reading from disk. File: /performance/ParquetFooData2.parquet Column: constantString
Row Group Start: 15780070 File: /performance/ParquetFooData2.parquet Column: constantString
Row Group Start: 15780070 Fragment 0:0 [Error Id: f41d39a1-6983-47f4-9834-3068017a28bd on
drill_1:31010]

However, if I just change the code which is generating the Parquet file to write it in 1.0
format it works like a charm. Does Drill understands Parquet files in 2.0 version? Or am I
doing something wrong?

Best regards,
Oscar

[RS]<http://www.itrsgroup.com/>

Oscar Torreno
Software Engineer

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