David Medinets 2013-04-12, 02:37
Eric Newton 2013-04-12, 14:44
David Medinets 2013-04-12, 16:17
Keith Turner 2013-04-12, 16:51
Christopher 2013-04-12, 16:37
-Re: v1.6.0; What are the different levels in the shell classpath command?
dlmarion@... 2013-04-12, 17:09
I think these might be more accurate descriptions based on the changes that occurred to the code after the point at which that snippet was put into the ACCUMULO-708 comments.
1. JVM s ystem c lasspath ---> JDK jars on the local server
2. JVM application classpath ---> Hadoop, ZK, accumulo-start and dependencies on the local server
3. Accumulo system classpath ----> The rest of the accumulo jars and their dependencies available via some Commons VFS destination
4. Accumulo context classpaths ---> user jars specific to a context that they define and bound to one or more tables, available via some Commons VFS destination .
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From: "Christopher" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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Subject: Re: v1.6.0; What are the different levels in the shell classpath command?
+1 for creating a ticket to bake the descriptions into the display
Christopher L Tubbs II
On Fri, Apr 12, 2013 at 12:17 PM, David Medinets
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> Thanks for the references. It seems like the following is the important bit.
> If this hierarchy is stable, can we bake it into the classpath display?
> Level 1: SystemClassLoader
> Level 2: URLClassLoader
> Level 3: AccumuloContextClassLoader
> Level 4: Map<String, AccumuloReloadingVFSClassLoader>