I am not sure if I have understood what you are saying here. An example
Not all aliases (ie relation corresponding to them) are stored on disk, only
ones stored explicitly using store statement or ones that happen to be at
boundaries of map and reduce get (temporarily) stored.
On 1/31/11 2:37 AM, "Robert Waddell" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hey Guys,
> I was just wondering if anyone knew a way to essentially de-reference
> aliases. The reason I am asking this as I am looking for performance
> improvements, and since the aliases need to be stored and loaded back in at
> the end/start at each mapreduce, I was wondering how I can throw away the
> ones I no longer require, thus saving the time and capacity of having to
> store it.
> Thanks Again,