Try a range from smaller block sizes (4k) and up. 256K is a larger block
size than many compression codecs are sensitive to.
Also for reference, try it with the deflate codec at a couple different
compression levels -- 1, 3, 5, and 7 should show a trend with respect to
block size. As the compression level increases, the compressor can take
advantage of larger blocks.
In the deflate/gzip case that I have explored heavily, the effectiveness
of the block size also varies significantly depending on the
characteristics of the data being compressed.
(note: gzip uses deflate compression)
On 4/18/12 1:33 PM, "snikhil0" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>I had tried the sync Interval as well and I get the same results: meaning
>change in final avro data file.
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