If you use the new API, you can access the MapContext object in the setup
method of the mapper. Then, you can get the input split with
MapContext#getInputSplit(), cast it to FileSplit and obtain the path of the
file the current split is part of through the FileSplit#getPath() method.
All records of the mapper instance will be part of that split so you only
need to get the information once per map task in the setup method.
Am 14.12.2012 19:46 schrieb "Xiaowei Li" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
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