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A Development Study of The VPT for the improvement of Hadoop performance
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A Development Study of The VPT for the improvement of Hadoop performance
Yang, Ill Deung; Kim, Seong Ryeol;
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Hadoop MR(MapReduce) uses a partition function for passing the outputs of mappers to reducers. The partition function determines target reducers after calculating the hash-value from the key and performing mod-operation by reducer number. The legacy partition function doesn't divide the job effectively because it is so sensitive to key distribution. If the job isn't divided effectively then it can effect the total processing time of the job because some reducers need more time to process. This paper proposes the VPT(Virtual Partition Table) and has tested appling the VPT with a preponderance of data. The applied VPT improved three seconds on average and we figure it will improve more when data is increased.
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