as i understand, that class does not exist for new API in hadoop v0.20.2
(which is what i am using). if i am mistaken, where is it?
i am looking at hadoop v1.0.1, and there is a NLineInputFormat class. i
wonder if i can simply copy/paste this into my project.
On Wed, Mar 21, 2012 at 2:37 AM, Anil Gupta <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Have a look at NLineInputFormat class in Hadoop. That class will solve
> your purpose.
> Best Regards,
> On Mar 20, 2012, at 11:07 PM, Jane Wayne <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > i have a matrix that i am performing operations on. it is 10,000 rows by
> > 5,000 columns. the total size of the file is just under 30 MB. my HDFS
> > block size is set to 64 MB. from what i understand, the number of mappers
> > is roughly equal to the number of HDFS blocks used in the input. i.e. if
> > input data spans 1 block, then only 1 mapper is created, if my data
> spans 2
> > blocks, then 2 mappers will be created, etc...
> > so, with my 1 matrix file of 15 MB, this won't fill up a block of data,
> > being as such, only 1 mapper will be called upon the data. is this
> > understanding correct?
> > if so, what i want to happen is for more than one mapper (let's say 10)
> > work on the data, even though it remains on 1 block. my analysis (or
> > map/reduce job) is such that +1 mappers can work on different parts of
> > matrix. for example, mapper 1 can work on the first 500 rows, mapper 2
> > work on the next 500 rows, etc... how can i set up multiple mappers (+1
> > mapper) to work on a file that resides only one block (or a file whose
> > is smaller than the HDFS block size).
> > can i split the matrix into (let's say) 10 files? that will mean 30 MB /
> > = 3 MB per file. then put each 3 MB file onto HDFS ? will this increase
> > chance of having multiple mappers work simultaneously on the data/matrix?
> > if i can increase the number of mappers, i think (pretty sure) my
> > implementation will improve in speed linearly.
> > any help is appreciated.