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From RedOakMark <m...@redoakstrategic.com>
Subject Re: Spark 1.4.0 - Using SparkR on EC2 Instance
Date Sat, 27 Jun 2015 19:23:32 GMT
For anyone monitoring the thread, I was able to successfully install and run
a small Spark cluster and model using this method:

First, make sure that the username being used to login to RStudio Server is
the one that was used to install Spark on the EC2 instance.  Thanks to
Shivaram for his help here.  

Login to RStudio and ensure that these references are used - set the library
location to the folder where spark is installed.  In my case,
~/home/rstudio/spark.

# # This line loads SparkR (the R package) from the installed directory
library("SparkR", lib.loc="./spark/R/lib")

The edits to this line were important, so that Spark knew where the install
folder was located when initializing the cluster.

# Initialize the Spark local cluster in R, as ‘sc’
sc <- sparkR.init("local[2]", "SparkR", "./spark")

>From here, we ran a basic model using Spark, from RStudio, which ran
successfully. 




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