Ashwin Shankar 2013-05-23, 19:22
-Re: Non existent config file to 'fs -conf'
Harsh J 2013-05-24, 04:28
The "quiet" behavior sorta goes all the way back to the very first
import of Nutch into Apache Incubator:
http://svn.apache.org/viewvc?view=revision&revision=155829 and seems
to deal with being relaxed about not finding added resources other
than required defaults. The behavior has almost been the same for over
8 years now :-)
The quiet flag is code-settable, but the output it would produce is
pretty verbose. I suppose we can turn it on at the FsShell level,
while also making those "parsing…", etc. INFO level logs into
checked-for DEBUG level logs. Would that suffice?
On Fri, May 24, 2013 at 12:52 AM, Ashwin Shankar <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I'm working on HADOOP-9582<https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/HADOOP-9582> and I have a question about the current implementation in hadoop-common.
> Here is a brief background about the bug : Basically if I give a non-exitent file to "hadoop fs –conf NONEXISTENT_FILE",
> the current implementation never complains.
> But looking at the code(Configuration.loadResources()) it seems that in-fact we check if input file exists and we throw an exception if the 'quiet' flag is false.
> Problem is the 'quiet' flag is always true.
> Can somebody explain the rationale behind this behavior ? Would we break any use-case if we complain when non-exitent file is given as input?
> Why we want this fixed : say the user makes a typo and gives the wrong path ,the code is just going to ignore this,not complain
> and use the default conf files(if the env variables are set). This would confuse the user when he finds that the configs are different from what he gave as input(typo) .
Ashwin Shankar 2013-05-24, 15:57