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From Corey Nolet <cjno...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Shuffle guarantees
Date Tue, 01 Mar 2016 20:05:53 GMT
The reason I'm asking, I see a comment in the ExternalSorter class that
says this:

"If we need to aggregate by key, we either use a total ordering from the
ordering parameter, or read the keys with the same hash code and compare
them with each other for equality to merge values".

How can this be assumed if the object used for the key, for instance, in
the case where a HashPartitioner is used, cannot assume ordering and
therefore cannot assume a comparator can be used?

On Tue, Mar 1, 2016 at 2:56 PM, Corey Nolet <cjnolet@gmail.com> wrote:

> So if I'm using reduceByKey() with a HashPartitioner, I understand that
> the hashCode() of my key is used to create the underlying shuffle files.
>
> Is anything other than hashCode() used in the shuffle files when the data
> is pulled into the reducers and run through the reduce function? The reason
> I'm asking is because there's a possibility of hashCode() colliding in two
> different objects which end up hashing to the same number, right?
>
>
>

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