[Pydra] Pydra working with Ubuntu 9.10

Peter Krenesky peter at osuosl.org
Fri Mar 26 18:40:41 UTC 2010


No, it has not been fixed. 

We've been working to integrate datasource usage into the worker.  A
good portion of the datasource logic was rewritten in the process. 
ParallelTask is being worked on right now, since it is simpler than
MapReduce. Afterwards MapReduce will be updated as well.



Yin QIU wrote:
> It seems to be a warning produced when a node synchronizes its code
> with the master. The node has to import modules defined in the code
> that is transferred from the master to the node. The code
> (mapreduce.py) has an unresolved dependence problem, so Pydra
> complains about that.
>
> However, I noticed that the latest mapreduce code in git repo did not
> import SQLTableSlicer. Is that bug already fixed?
>
> On Sat, Mar 27, 2010 at 12:33 AM, Peter Krenesky <peter at osuosl.org> wrote:
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>> Theres a bug in the MapReduce task and it won't work.  That warning is
>> just reporting the error.  You can just ignore it (unless you want to
>> use mapreduce)
>>
>> -Peter
>>
>> M O Faruque Sarker wrote:
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>>> That's all for today. But I have noticed a minor warning in master log:
>>>
>>> [WARNING]  Failed to load tasks from: mapreduce (mapreduce.py) -
>>> cannot import name SQLTableSlicer
>>>
>>> Any clue for this ?
>>>
>>> Thansk and best regards,
>>> Faruque
>>>
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