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MegaSparkDiff is an open source tool that helps you compare any pair
combination of data sets that are of the following types: 

(HDFS, JDBC, S3, Hbase, Text Files, Hive). 

MegaSparkDiff can run on Amazon EMR (Elastic Map Reduce),
Amazon EC2 instances and cloud environments
with compatible Spark distributions.

How to Use from Within a Java or Scala Project



It parallelizes source/target data.

The data sources can be in following forms:
    Text File
    HDFS File
    SQL query over a JDBC data source
    Hive Table


Compares pair combinations of supported sources,
Please note in case of comparing a schema-based source to a non-schema based source, the SparkCompare
class will attempt to flatten the schema based source to delimited values and then do the comparison. The delimiter
can be specified while launching the compare job.

How to use via shell script in EMR

There will exist a shell script named that will wrap around
this Java/Scala project.  This script will accept several parameters
related to source definitions, output destination, and run
configurations, as well as which two data sets to compare.

The parameters are as follows:
    -ds=<data_source_folder>: The folder where the database
        connection parameters and data queries reside
    -od=<output_directory>: The directory where MegaSparkDiff will write
        its output
    -rc=<run_config_file_name>: The file that will be used to load
        any special run and Spark configurations.  This parameter is

To specify a data set to compare, pass in the name of one of the
data queries found in a config file inside <data_source_folder>
prepended by "--".  The program will execute the queries assigned to
the names passed into the command line, store them into tables, and
perform the comparison.

Example call:
    ./ -ds=./data_sources/ -od=output --shraddha --carlos

Additionally, the user will have the option to add JDBC Driver jar
files by including them in the classpath.  This is to enable them to
extract from whichever database they choose.

Run tests on Windows

  1. Download Hadoop winutils
  2. Extract to some path, e.g. C:\Users\MegaSparkDiffFan\bin
  3. Run tests while defining hadoop.home.dir, e.g. mvn test -Dhadoop.home.dir=C:\Users\MegaSparkDiffFan