hi, steven, have you resolved this problem? i encounter the same problem, too.2014-04-18 3:48 GMT+08:00 Sean Owen <email@example.com>:
Oh dear I read this as a build problem. I can build with the latest
Java 7, including those versions of Spark and Mesos, no problem. I did
not deploy them.
Mesos does have some native libraries, so it might well be some kind
of compatibility issue at that level. Anything more in the error log
that would demonstrate it came from Mesos vs the JDK?
(I likely don't have anything useful to add here though)
On Thu, Apr 17, 2014 at 8:21 PM, andy petrella <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> No of course, but I was guessing some native libs imported (to communicate
> with Mesos) in the project that... could miserably crash the JVM.
> Anyway, so you tell us that using this oracle version, you don't have any
> issues when using spark on mesos 0.18.0, that's interesting 'cause AFAIR, my
> last test (done by night, which means floating and eventual memory) I was
> using this particular version as well.
> Just to make thing clear, Sean, you're using spark 0.9.1 on Mesos 0.18.0
> with Hadoop 2.x (x >= 2) without any modification than just specifying
> against which version of hadoop you had run make-distribution?