@InterfaceAudience.Public @InterfaceStability.Stable public class ChainMapper<KEYIN,VALUEIN,KEYOUT,VALUEOUT> extends Mapper<KEYIN,VALUEIN,KEYOUT,VALUEOUT>
The Mapper classes are invoked in a chained (or piped) fashion, the output of the first becomes the input of the second, and so on until the last Mapper, the output of the last Mapper will be written to the task's output.
The key functionality of this feature is that the Mappers in the chain do not need to be aware that they are executed in a chain. This enables having reusable specialized Mappers that can be combined to perform composite operations within a single task.
Special care has to be taken when creating chains that the key/values output by a Mapper are valid for the following Mapper in the chain. It is assumed all Mappers and the Reduce in the chain use matching output and input key and value classes as no conversion is done by the chaining code.
Using the ChainMapper and the ChainReducer classes is possible to compose
Map/Reduce jobs that look like
[MAP+ / REDUCE MAP*]. And
immediate benefit of this pattern is a dramatic reduction in disk IO.
IMPORTANT: There is no need to specify the output key/value classes for the ChainMapper, this is done by the addMapper for the last mapper in the chain.ChainMapper usage pattern:
... Job = new Job(conf); Configuration mapAConf = new Configuration(false); ... ChainMapper.addMapper(job, AMap.class, LongWritable.class, Text.class, Text.class, Text.class, true, mapAConf); Configuration mapBConf = new Configuration(false); ... ChainMapper.addMapper(job, BMap.class, Text.class, Text.class, LongWritable.class, Text.class, false, mapBConf); ... job.waitForComplettion(true); ...
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Expert users can override this method for more complete control over the execution of the Mapper.
Called once at the beginning of the task.
public static void addMapper(Job job, Class<? extends Mapper> klass, Class<?> inputKeyClass, Class<?> inputValueClass, Class<?> outputKeyClass, Class<?> outputValueClass, Configuration mapperConf) throws IOException
Mapperclass to the chain mapper.
The key and values are passed from one element of the chain to the next, by
value. For the added Mapper the configuration given for it,
mapperConf, have precedence over the job's Configuration. This
precedence is in effect when the task is running.
IMPORTANT: There is no need to specify the output key/value classes for the ChainMapper, this is done by the addMapper for the last mapper in the chain
job- The job.
klass- the Mapper class to add.
inputKeyClass- mapper input key class.
inputValueClass- mapper input value class.
outputKeyClass- mapper output key class.
outputValueClass- mapper output value class.
mapperConf- a configuration for the Mapper class. It is recommended to use a Configuration without default values using the
Configuration(boolean loadDefaults)constructor with FALSE.
protected void setup(org.apache.hadoop.mapreduce.Mapper.Context context)
public void run(org.apache.hadoop.mapreduce.Mapper.Context context) throws IOException, InterruptedException
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