Thanks, but Alluxio did not solve my spark streaming use case because my source parquet files in Alluxio in-memory are not ”appended” but are periodically being ”overwritten” due to the nature of business need.
Spark jobs fail when trying to read parquet files at the same time when other job is writing parquet files in Alluxio.
Could you suggest a way to synchronize parquet reads and writes in Allxio in-memory. i.e. when one spark job is writing a dataframe as parquet file in alluxio in-memory, the other spark jobs trying to read must wait until the write is finished.
As Vincent mentioned, Alluxio helps with sharing data across different Spark contexts. This blog post about Spark dataframes and Alluxio discusses that use case.
On Sat, Apr 22, 2017 at 2:14 AM, vincent gromakowski <email@example.com> wrote:
Look at alluxio for sharing across drivers or spark jobserver
Le 22 avr. 2017 10:24 AM, "Hemanth Gudela" <firstname.lastname@example.org> a écrit :
Thanks for your reply.
Creating a table is an option, but such approach slows down reads & writes for a real-time analytics streaming use case that I’m currently working on.
If at all global temporary view could have been accessible across sessions/spark contexts, that would have simplified my usecase a lot.
But yeah, thanks for explaining the behavior of global temporary view, now it’s clear J
Cross session is this context is multiple spark sessions from the same spark context. Since you are running two shells, you are having different spark context.
Do you have to you a temp view? Could you create a table?
From: Hemanth Gudela <email@example.com>
Sent: Saturday, April 22, 2017 12:57 AM
Subject: Spark SQL - Global Temporary View is not behaving as expected
According to documentation, global temporary views are cross-session accessible.
But when I try to query a global temporary view from another spark shell like thisà
Instance 1 of spark-shell
scala> spark.sql("select 1 as col1").createGlobalTempView("gView1")
Instance 2 of spark-shell (while Instance 1 of spark-shell is still alive)
scala> spark.sql("select * from global_temp.gView1").show()
org.apache.spark.sql.AnalysisException: Table or view not found: `global_temp`.`gView1`
+- 'UnresolvedRelation `global_temp`.`gView1`
I am expecting that global temporary view created in shell 1 should be accessible in shell 2, but it isn’t!
Please correct me if I missing something here.
Thanks (in advance),