Spark Streaming can small amounts of data when the driver goes down - and the sending system cannot re-send the data (or the data has already expired on the sender side). This currently affects all receivers.
The solution we propose is to reliably store all the received data into HDFS. This will allow the data to persist through driver failures, and therefore can be processed when the driver gets restarted.
The high level design doc for this feature is given here.
This major task has been divided in sub-tasks
- Implementing a write ahead log management system that can manage rolling write ahead logs - write to log, recover on failure and clean up old logs
- Implementing a HDFS backed block RDD that can read data either from Spark's BlockManager or from HDFS files
- Implementing a ReceivedBlockHandler interface that abstracts out the functionality of saving received blocks
- Implementing a ReceivedBlockTracker and other associated changes in the driver that allows metadata of received blocks and block-to-batch allocations to be recovered upon driver retart
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