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Bruce Robbins updated SPARK-23963:
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    Description: 
TableReader gets disproportionately slower as the number of columns in the 
query increase.

For example, reading a table with 6000 columns is 4 times more expensive per 
record than reading a table with 3000 columns, rather than twice as expensive.

The increase in processing time is due to several Lists (fieldRefs, 
fieldOrdinals, and unwrappers), each of which the reader accesses by column 
number for each column in a record. Because each List has O\(n\) time for 
lookup by column number, these lookups grow increasingly expensive as the 
column count increases.

When I patched the code to change those 3 Lists to Arrays, the query times 
became proportional.

 

 

 

 

  was:
TableReader gets disproportionately slower as the number of columns in the 
query increase.

For example, reading a table with 6000 columns is 4 times more expensive per 
record than reading a table with 3000 columns, rather than twice as expensive.

The increase in processing time is due to several Lists (fieldRefs, 
fieldOrdinals, and unwrappers), each of which the reader accesses by column 
number for each column in a record. Because each List has O(n) time for lookup 
by column number, these lookups grow increasingly expensive as the column count 
increases.

When I patched the code to change those 3 Lists to Arrays, the query times 
became proportional.

 

 

 

 


> Queries on text-based Hive tables grow disproportionately slower as the 
> number of columns increase
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>
>                 Key: SPARK-23963
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/SPARK-23963
>             Project: Spark
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: SQL
>    Affects Versions: 2.3.0
>            Reporter: Bruce Robbins
>            Priority: Minor
>
> TableReader gets disproportionately slower as the number of columns in the 
> query increase.
> For example, reading a table with 6000 columns is 4 times more expensive per 
> record than reading a table with 3000 columns, rather than twice as expensive.
> The increase in processing time is due to several Lists (fieldRefs, 
> fieldOrdinals, and unwrappers), each of which the reader accesses by column 
> number for each column in a record. Because each List has O\(n\) time for 
> lookup by column number, these lookups grow increasingly expensive as the 
> column count increases.
> When I patched the code to change those 3 Lists to Arrays, the query times 
> became proportional.
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