I would dig deeper into why serde of the linked hashmap is failing. There
are additional logging you can enable in kryo to get more insight. You can
even try a standalone kryo test to see if it is a problem with the
linkedhashmap itself or because of some other object that was added to it.
You could try a newer version of kryo to check if the serde works in a
newer version because some big was fixed. Once you get more insight on the
cause then we would be in a better position to determine the best approach.

On Thu, Aug 10, 2017 at 5:04 PM Vivek Bhide <vivek.bh...@target.com> wrote:

> Thanks Pramod.. This seems to have done trick.. I will check again when I
> have some data to process to see if that goes well with it. I am quite
> confident that it will
> Just curious, Is this the best way to handle this issue or if there is any
> other elegant way it can be addressed?
> Regards
> Vivek
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