You can do a "fs -dus /path/to/dir" to get the size in bytes. If you
need to compare size with something it's easier to use a scripting
language (python etc) to do that, and invoke your pig query from that.
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On Nov 14, 2012, at 6:32 AM, pooja chitral <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hi ,
> I am Pooja here. I am working on one of the research projects at University
> of Houston.
> I am using PigLatin for my research.
> I wanted to know is there any way we can find the size of the file from
> PigLatin query? I mean for example if there is a directory of files, I
> should be able to get size's of all the files in the directory and may be
> compare these size's with the size of a input file.
> please let me know if there is any doubt in understanding the question.
> Any help would be really really appreciated.
> Thanks a lot in advance.