I see two possible workarounds:
1) You use the unreleased Flink 1.2-SNAPSHOT version. From time to time,
there are some unstable commits in that version, but most of the time, its
We provide nightly binaries and maven artifacts for snapshot versions here:
2) If that's too risky for you, you can also copy the code of the new
(1.2-SNAPSHOT) bucketer from master into your project. The Apache license
allows you to copy the code into your own projects, and I think the
bucketer code doesn't rely on any features / APIs added in 1.2-SNAPSHOT, so
you can probably run the new code on Flink 1.1 as well.
I hope that helps,
On Wed, Oct 12, 2016 at 2:10 PM, <robert.lancas...@hyatt.com> wrote:
> Hi Flinksters,
> At one stage in my data stream, I want to save the stream to a set of
> rolling files where the file name used (i.e. the bucket) is chosen based on
> an attribute of each data record. Specifically, I’m using a windowing
> function to create aggregates of certain metrics and I want to save that
> data in a file with a name that identifies the window.
> I was planning to write my own bucketer for this, but in version 1.1.2 the
> Bucketer interface doesn’t allow for the element being processed to be
> passed to the relevant methods (e.g. getNextBucketPath and
> shouldStartNewBucket). I see that this is taken care of in 1.2, but since
> that isn’t available yet, can anyone recommend a workaround?
> Alternatively, is there a way to have the DateTimeBucketer use assigned
> timestamps instead of system time?
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