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From "Masayoshi TSUZUKI (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Comment Edited] (SPARK-5389) spark-shell.cmd does not run from DOS Windows 7
Date Thu, 05 Mar 2015 07:30:38 GMT

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Masayoshi TSUZUKI edited comment on SPARK-5389 at 3/5/15 7:29 AM:
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The crashed program "findstr.exe" in the screenshot seems not to be the one in the C:\Windows\System32
directory.
I'm not sure but I think "C:\Windows\System32\findstr.exe" in Windows 7 shows "(QGREP) utililty"
but not "(grep) utility".
(Although I don't know the exact English "name" since I'm not using English version of Windows.)

[~yanakad], [~s@r@v@n@n], and [SPARK-6084] seem to be reporting the similar problems.
Their workarounds show that the cause might be the polluted %PATH%.
The collision of "find.exe" is well known phenomenon in Windows, but like Linux, the order
of %PATH% can control which program is called.
If you face the similar problem, you can check by executing the command {{whereas find}} to
check if the proper program "find.exe" is used.

Would you mind attaching the result of these commands?
{quote}
  where find
  where findstr
  echo %PATH%
{quote}


was (Author: tsudukim):
The crashed program "findstr.exe" in the screenshot seems not to be the one in the C:\Windows\System32
directory.
I'm not sure but I think "C:\Windows\System32\findstr.exe" in Windows 7 shows "(QGREP) utililty"
but not "(grep) utility".
(Although I don't know the exact English "name" since I'm not using English version of Windows.)

[~yanakad], [~s@r@v@n@n], and [SPARK-6084] seem to be reporting the similar problems.
Their workarounds shows that the cause might be the polluted %PATH%.
The collision of "find.exe" is well known phenomenon in Windows, but like Linux, the order
of %PATH% can control which program is called.
If you face the similar problem, you can check by executing the command {{whereas find}} to
check if the proper program "find.exe" is used.

Would you mind attaching the result of these commands?
{quote}
  where find
  where findstr
  echo %PATH%
{quote}

> spark-shell.cmd does not run from DOS Windows 7
> -----------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: SPARK-5389
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/SPARK-5389
>             Project: Spark
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: Spark Shell
>    Affects Versions: 1.2.0
>         Environment: Windows 7
>            Reporter: Yana Kadiyska
>         Attachments: SparkShell_Win7.JPG
>
>
> spark-shell.cmd crashes in DOS prompt Windows 7. Works fine under PowerShell. 
> spark-shell.cmd works fine for me in v.1.1 so this is new in spark1.2
> Marking as trivial since calling spark-shell2.cmd also works fine
> Attaching a screenshot since the error isn't very useful:
> {code}
> spark-1.2.0-bin-cdh4>bin\spark-shell.cmd
> else was unexpected at this time.
> {code}



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