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From YaoPau <jonrgr...@gmail.com>
Subject Does Spark use more memory than MapReduce?
Date Mon, 12 Oct 2015 16:52:16 GMT
I had this question come up and I'm not sure how to answer it.  A user said
that, for a big job, he thought it would be better to use MapReduce since it
writes to disk between iterations instead of keeping the data in memory the
entire time like Spark generally does.

I mentioned that Spark can cache to disk as well, but I'm not sure about the
overarching question (which I realize is vague): for a typical job, would
Spark use more memory than a MapReduce job?  Are there any memory usage
inefficiencies from either?



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