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From Malcolm McFarland <mmcfarl...@cavulus.com>
Subject Where does task.class actually matter?
Date Thu, 18 Jul 2019 03:46:53 GMT
Hey Folks,

I'm trying to setup a load-only installation of Samza -- in other words, a
process that starts a Samza processor task on YARN, but isn't using the
actual config file that's bundled into the YARN package -- and I'm getting
some flack from run-app.sh that the task.class doesn't exist in the
generic hello-samza installation I'm using. I'd really like to just be able
to load an already-existing Samza bundle (in this case, it's stored on S3)
without having to do an entire build of the bundle. Is this possible? If
so, why would run-app.sh care if the bundle is built locally or not?

Cheers,
Malcolm McFarland
Cavulus


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