It pretty much means what it says. Objects you send across machines must be
serializable, and the object from the library is not.
You can write a wrapper object that is serializable and knows how to
serialize it. Or ask the library dev to consider making this object
On Mon, Oct 17, 2016 at 8:04 AM Adline Dsilva <adline.dsi...@mimos.my>
> Hi All,
> I have a Hive Table which contains around 500 million photos(Profile
> picture of Users) stored as hex string and total size of the table is 5TB.
> I'm trying to make a solution where images can be retrieved in real-time.
> Current Solution, Resize the images, index it along the user profile to
> solr. For Resizing, Im using a scala library called scrimage
> While running the udf function im getting below error.
> Serialization stack:
> - *object not serializable* (class: com.sksamuel.scrimage.Image,
> value: Image [width=767, height=1024, type=2])
> - field (class: $iwC$$iwC$$iwC$$iwC$$iwC$$iwC$$iwC$$iwC, name: imgR,
> type: class com.sksamuel.scrimage.Image)
> Can anyone suggest method to overcome the above error.
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