StateStoreOps — Extension Methods for Creating StateStoreRDD

StateStoreOps is a Scala implicit class of a data RDD (of type RDD[T]) to create a StateStoreRDD for the following physical operators:

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Implicit Classes are a language feature in Scala for implicit conversions with extension methods for existing types.

Creating StateStoreRDD (with storeUpdateFunction Aborting StateStore When Task Fails) — mapPartitionsWithStateStore Method

mapPartitionsWithStateStore[U](
  sqlContext: SQLContext,
  stateInfo: StatefulOperatorStateInfo,
  keySchema: StructType,
  valueSchema: StructType,
  indexOrdinal: Option[Int])(
  storeUpdateFunction: (StateStore, Iterator[T]) => Iterator[U]): StateStoreRDD[T, U] (1)
mapPartitionsWithStateStore[U](
  stateInfo: StatefulOperatorStateInfo,
  keySchema: StructType,
  valueSchema: StructType,
  indexOrdinal: Option[Int],
  sessionState: SessionState,
  storeCoordinator: Option[StateStoreCoordinatorRef])(
  storeUpdateFunction: (StateStore, Iterator[T]) => Iterator[U]): StateStoreRDD[T, U]
  1. Uses sqlContext.streams.stateStoreCoordinator to access StateStoreCoordinator

Internally, mapPartitionsWithStateStore requests SparkContext to clean storeUpdateFunction function.

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mapPartitionsWithStateStore uses the enclosing RDD to access the current SparkContext.
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Function Cleaning is to clean a closure from unreferenced variables before it is serialized and sent to tasks. SparkContext reports a SparkException when the closure is not serializable.

mapPartitionsWithStateStore then creates a (wrapper) function to abort the StateStore if state updates had not been committed before a task finished (which is to make sure that the StateStore has been committed or aborted in the end to follow the contract of StateStore).

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mapPartitionsWithStateStore uses TaskCompletionListener to be notified when a task has finished.

In the end, mapPartitionsWithStateStore creates a StateStoreRDD (with the wrapper function, SessionState and StateStoreCoordinatorRef).

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mapPartitionsWithStateStore is used when the following physical operators are executed:

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