> Here are the notes from the Hangout this week.
Thanks a lot for the detailed minutes, Jason!
> Michael, can you paste this into the google doc?
(… with a minor correction: s/Hasenblas/Hausenblas :)
On 15 Oct 2013, at 19:30, Jason Altekruse <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hello Drillers!
> Here are the notes from the Hangout this week. Michael, can you paste this
> into the google doc?
> Date 10/15/13
> Jason Altekruse, Michael Hasenblas, Steven Phillips, Tim Chen, Jacques
> Nadeau, Ben Becker
> Important note, we have finally ironed out the hangout link expiration.
> Until it breaks again this is the link:
> - talks have been going well
> - lots of interested users anticipating GA
> - can the current release run in distributed mode?
> - response: steven
> - need to run physical plans
> - need to manually insert exchanges
> - need to add exchanges to optimizer
> - setting up cluster is easy, just connect drillbits to zooKeeper
> - right now we are focused on validating performance
> - so not as much focus on sql query submission
> - if someone would write 3 or 4 steps to
> - launch 3 drillbits
> - connect to zookeeper
> - run a distributed query
> - even if its not use SQL yet
> - Michael can expand on it
> - Tim has patch for Apache Whirr, still waiting for merge
> - launches drillbits and connects to zookeeper
> - would be nice if we could run REST client at start of cluster
> - Jacques: Stateful client that sits in front of drillclient
> - empty batch issue
> - update the clear contract for what record batch implementation should
> be used
> - limit looks really close
> - merging receiver operator
> - lot of progress, no real blocks
> - more or less done with ordered range partitioner
> - checking in soon
> - problems with hash exchange
> - for larger batches its duplicating rows
> - next task spooling to disk
> - beginning of a fragment
> - doesn't solve the situation where a blocking operator has too
> much to handle
> - HDFS writes?
> - want to use the same disks, not just the OS disk
> - drill directories set up like MapReduce directories
> - config for each node
> - could be /tmp, or a directory, or directory on data node
> - patched Whirr
> - no feedback on review patch tool
> - does it below in source control
> - should we have a tools directory for this and like IDE settings?
> - apache doesn't really have a concept of multiple repos for a
> - working on reader/writer
> - BitWeaving integration grad students at UW Madison
> Patch coming from Mehant more people from MapR will be helping with Drill
> - drill release notes
> - cannot edit wiki, need to talk to Apache infrastructure people