afaik getGraphState() is not visible to my object. Or?

On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 5:23 PM, Jake Mannix <> wrote:
> Remember that there's already a "singleton"-like object available to all
> vertices: the GraphState object, which has a handle on the GraphMapper.
> Maybe this is the right place to get your handle on the FSDataOutputStream?
>   -jake
> On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 7:25 AM, Claudio Martella
> <> wrote:
>> Hello,
>> to my understanding pre/post Application/Superstep methods are called
>> ONCE on a "fake" vertex on each worker (the so called
>> representativeVertex). This means that these methods should not depend
>> on any specific-vertex data.
>> As I'm trying to sort out my Emitter, I thought I could create one
>> FSDataOutputStream per worker which each Vertex belonging to that
>> worker could share (which would be even thread-safe as each worker is
>> not parallel).
>> The questions are:
>> 1) how to share the FSDataOutputFormat object created at
>> preApplication() (and closed at postApplication()) created by this
>> representativeVertex?
>> 2) about the filename, I'd be happy to have access to the Worker Id so
>> to create an outputfile filename as with happens with reducers and
>> part files by FileOutputFormat (i.e. <userdefinedfilename>-workerid).
>> The "best" idea i have in my mind right now is to use the calling
>> vertex (the representativeVertex) hashCode as the id, and create an
>> external Singleton where i can request register and request the
>> outputfiles similarly to what happens with Aggregators now, and by
>> passing the *this* reference as an index to this map. Any better idea?
>> :)
>> --
>>     Claudio Martella

    Claudio Martella

Reply via email to