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package rdd

Provides several RDD implementations. See org.apache.spark.rdd.RDD.

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  1. class AsyncRDDActions[T] extends Serializable with Logging

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    A set of asynchronous RDD actions available through an implicit conversion.

  2. class CoGroupedRDD[K] extends RDD[(K, Array[Iterable[_]])]

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    :: DeveloperApi :: An RDD that cogroups its parents.

    :: DeveloperApi :: An RDD that cogroups its parents. For each key k in parent RDDs, the resulting RDD contains a tuple with the list of values for that key.

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    @DeveloperApi()
    Note

    This is an internal API. We recommend users use RDD.cogroup(...) instead of instantiating this directly.

  3. class DoubleRDDFunctions extends Logging with Serializable

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    Extra functions available on RDDs of Doubles through an implicit conversion.

  4. class HadoopRDD[K, V] extends RDD[(K, V)] with Logging

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    :: DeveloperApi :: An RDD that provides core functionality for reading data stored in Hadoop (e.g., files in HDFS, sources in HBase, or S3), using the older MapReduce API (org.apache.hadoop.mapred).

    :: DeveloperApi :: An RDD that provides core functionality for reading data stored in Hadoop (e.g., files in HDFS, sources in HBase, or S3), using the older MapReduce API (org.apache.hadoop.mapred).

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    @DeveloperApi()
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    Instantiating this class directly is not recommended, please use org.apache.spark.SparkContext.hadoopRDD()

  5. class JdbcRDD[T] extends RDD[T] with Logging

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    An RDD that executes a SQL query on a JDBC connection and reads results.

    An RDD that executes a SQL query on a JDBC connection and reads results. For usage example, see test case JdbcRDDSuite.

  6. class NewHadoopRDD[K, V] extends RDD[(K, V)] with Logging

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    :: DeveloperApi :: An RDD that provides core functionality for reading data stored in Hadoop (e.g., files in HDFS, sources in HBase, or S3), using the new MapReduce API (org.apache.hadoop.mapreduce).

    :: DeveloperApi :: An RDD that provides core functionality for reading data stored in Hadoop (e.g., files in HDFS, sources in HBase, or S3), using the new MapReduce API (org.apache.hadoop.mapreduce).

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    @DeveloperApi()
    Note

    Instantiating this class directly is not recommended, please use org.apache.spark.SparkContext.newAPIHadoopRDD()

  7. class OrderedRDDFunctions[K, V, P <: Product2[K, V]] extends Logging with Serializable

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    Extra functions available on RDDs of (key, value) pairs where the key is sortable through an implicit conversion.

    Extra functions available on RDDs of (key, value) pairs where the key is sortable through an implicit conversion. They will work with any key type K that has an implicit Ordering[K] in scope. Ordering objects already exist for all of the standard primitive types. Users can also define their own orderings for custom types, or to override the default ordering. The implicit ordering that is in the closest scope will be used.

    import org.apache.spark.SparkContext._
    
    val rdd: RDD[(String, Int)] = ...
    implicit val caseInsensitiveOrdering = new Ordering[String] {
      override def compare(a: String, b: String) = a.toLowerCase.compare(b.toLowerCase)
    }
    
    // Sort by key, using the above case insensitive ordering.
    rdd.sortByKey()
  8. class PairRDDFunctions[K, V] extends Logging with Serializable

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    Extra functions available on RDDs of (key, value) pairs through an implicit conversion.

  9. trait PartitionCoalescer extends AnyRef

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    ::DeveloperApi:: A PartitionCoalescer defines how to coalesce the partitions of a given RDD.

    ::DeveloperApi:: A PartitionCoalescer defines how to coalesce the partitions of a given RDD.

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    @DeveloperApi()
  10. class PartitionGroup extends AnyRef

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    ::DeveloperApi:: A group of Partitions

    ::DeveloperApi:: A group of Partitions

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    @DeveloperApi()
  11. class PartitionPruningRDD[T] extends RDD[T]

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    :: DeveloperApi :: An RDD used to prune RDD partitions/partitions so we can avoid launching tasks on all partitions.

    :: DeveloperApi :: An RDD used to prune RDD partitions/partitions so we can avoid launching tasks on all partitions. An example use case: If we know the RDD is partitioned by range, and the execution DAG has a filter on the key, we can avoid launching tasks on partitions that don't have the range covering the key.

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    @DeveloperApi()
  12. abstract class RDD[T] extends Serializable with Logging

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    A Resilient Distributed Dataset (RDD), the basic abstraction in Spark.

    A Resilient Distributed Dataset (RDD), the basic abstraction in Spark. Represents an immutable, partitioned collection of elements that can be operated on in parallel. This class contains the basic operations available on all RDDs, such as map, filter, and persist. In addition, org.apache.spark.rdd.PairRDDFunctions contains operations available only on RDDs of key-value pairs, such as groupByKey and join; org.apache.spark.rdd.DoubleRDDFunctions contains operations available only on RDDs of Doubles; and org.apache.spark.rdd.SequenceFileRDDFunctions contains operations available on RDDs that can be saved as SequenceFiles. All operations are automatically available on any RDD of the right type (e.g. RDD[(Int, Int)]) through implicit.

    Internally, each RDD is characterized by five main properties:

    • A list of partitions
    • A function for computing each split
    • A list of dependencies on other RDDs
    • Optionally, a Partitioner for key-value RDDs (e.g. to say that the RDD is hash-partitioned)
    • Optionally, a list of preferred locations to compute each split on (e.g. block locations for an HDFS file)

    All of the scheduling and execution in Spark is done based on these methods, allowing each RDD to implement its own way of computing itself. Indeed, users can implement custom RDDs (e.g. for reading data from a new storage system) by overriding these functions. Please refer to the Spark paper for more details on RDD internals.

  13. class SequenceFileRDDFunctions[K, V] extends Logging with Serializable

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    Extra functions available on RDDs of (key, value) pairs to create a Hadoop SequenceFile, through an implicit conversion.

    Extra functions available on RDDs of (key, value) pairs to create a Hadoop SequenceFile, through an implicit conversion.

    Note

    This can't be part of PairRDDFunctions because we need more implicit parameters to convert our keys and values to Writable.

  14. class ShuffledRDD[K, V, C] extends RDD[(K, C)]

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    :: DeveloperApi :: The resulting RDD from a shuffle (e.g.

    :: DeveloperApi :: The resulting RDD from a shuffle (e.g. repartitioning of data).

    K

    the key class.

    V

    the value class.

    C

    the combiner class.

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    @DeveloperApi()
  15. class UnionRDD[T] extends RDD[T]

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    @DeveloperApi()

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  1. object JdbcRDD extends Serializable

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  2. object PartitionPruningRDD extends Serializable

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    @DeveloperApi()
  3. object RDD extends Serializable

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    Defines implicit functions that provide extra functionalities on RDDs of specific types.

    Defines implicit functions that provide extra functionalities on RDDs of specific types.

    For example, RDD.rddToPairRDDFunctions converts an RDD into a PairRDDFunctions for key-value-pair RDDs, and enabling extra functionalities such as PairRDDFunctions.reduceByKey.

  4. object UnionRDD extends Serializable

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