Good point. Patches are welcome :) I will add it onto my to-do list.
On Sat, Sep 25, 2010 at 12:05 PM, Ted Yu <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Thanks for the tool.
> I think the last parameter can be omitted if you follow what hadoop fs -text
> It looks at a file's magic number so that it can attempt to *detect* the
> type of the file.
> On Fri, Sep 24, 2010 at 11:41 PM, Edward Capriolo <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>wrote:
>> Many times a hadoop job produces a file per reducer and the job has
>> many reducers. Or a map only job one output file per input file and
>> you have many input files. Or you just have many small files from some
>> external process. Hadoop has sub optimal handling of small files.
>> There are some ways to handle this inside a map reduce program,
>> IdentityMapper + IdentityReducer for example, or multi outputs However
>> we wanted a tool that could be used by people using hive, or pig, or
>> map reduce. We wanted to allow people to combine a directory with
>> multiple files or a hierarchy of directories like the root of a hive
>> partitioned table. We also wanted to be able to combine text or
>> sequence files.
>> What we came up with is the filecrusher.
>> /usr/bin/hadoop jar filecrush.jar crush.Crush /directory/to/compact
>> /user/edward/backup 50 SEQUENCE
>> (50 is the number of mappers here)
>> Code is Apache V2 and you can get it here: