R/spark_connection.R

Defines functions new_livy_connection new_spark_gateway_connection new_spark_shell_connection new_spark_connection initialize_connection get_spark_sql_catalog_implementation print.spark_web_url spark_web.default spark_web print.spark_log spark_log.default spark_log connection_config spark_connection.spark_jobj spark_connection.spark_connection spark_connection.default spark_connection spark_session.spark_connection hive_context.spark_connection spark_session hive_context java_context spark_context

Documented in connection_config get_spark_sql_catalog_implementation hive_context java_context spark_connection spark_context spark_log spark_session spark_web

#' Access the Spark API
#'
#' Access the commonly-used Spark objects associated with a Spark instance.
#' These objects provide access to different facets of the Spark API.
#'
#' The \href{https://spark.apache.org/docs/latest/api/scala/}{Scala API documentation}
#' is useful for discovering what methods are available for each of these
#' objects. Use \code{\link{invoke}} to call methods on these objects.
#'
#' @section Spark Context:
#'
#' The main entry point for Spark functionality. The \strong{Spark Context}
#' represents the connection to a Spark cluster, and can be used to create
#' \code{RDD}s, accumulators and broadcast variables on that cluster.
#'
#' @section Java Spark Context:
#'
#' A Java-friendly version of the aforementioned \strong{Spark Context}.
#'
#' @section Hive Context:
#'
#' An instance of the Spark SQL execution engine that integrates with data
#' stored in Hive. Configuration for Hive is read from \code{hive-site.xml} on
#' the classpath.
#'
#' Starting with Spark >= 2.0.0, the \strong{Hive Context} class has been
#' deprecated -- it is superceded by the \strong{Spark Session} class, and
#' \code{hive_context} will return a \strong{Spark Session} object instead.
#' Note that both classes share a SQL interface, and therefore one can invoke
#' SQL through these objects.
#'
#' @section Spark Session:
#'
#' Available since Spark 2.0.0, the \strong{Spark Session} unifies the
#' \strong{Spark Context} and \strong{Hive Context} classes into a single
#' interface. Its use is recommended over the older APIs for code
#' targeting Spark 2.0.0 and above.
#'
#' @param sc A \code{spark_connection}.
#'
#' @name spark-api
#'
#' @include browse_url.R
NULL

#' @name spark-api
#' @export
spark_context <- function(sc) {
  sc$state$spark_context
}

#' @name spark-api
#' @export
java_context <- function(sc) {
  sc$state$java_context
}

#' @name spark-api
#' @export
hive_context <- function(sc) {
  UseMethod("hive_context")
}

#' @name spark-api
#' @export
spark_session <- function(sc) {
  UseMethod("spark_session")
}


#' @export
hive_context.spark_connection <- function(sc) {
  sc$state$hive_context
}

#' @export
spark_session.spark_connection <- function(sc) {
  sc$state$hive_context
}

#' Retrieve the Spark Connection Associated with an R Object
#'
#' Retrieve the \code{spark_connection} associated with an \R object.
#'
#' @param x An \R object from which a \code{spark_connection} can be obtained.
#' @param ... Optional arguments; currently unused.
#'
#' @exportClass spark_connection
#' @export
spark_connection <- function(x, ...) {
  UseMethod("spark_connection")
}

#' @export
spark_connection.default <- function(x, ...) {
  stop("Unable to retrieve a spark_connection from object of class ",
    paste(class(x), collapse = " "),
    call. = FALSE
  )
}

#' @export
spark_connection.spark_connection <- function(x, ...) {
  x
}

#' @export
spark_connection.spark_jobj <- function(x, ...) {
  x$connection
}

#' Read configuration values for a connection
#'
#' @param sc \code{spark_connection}
#' @param prefix Prefix to read parameters for
#'   (e.g. \code{spark.context.}, \code{spark.sql.}, etc.)
#' @param not_prefix Prefix to not include.
#'
#' @return Named list of config parameters (note that if a prefix was
#'  specified then the names will not include the prefix)
#'
#' @export
connection_config <- function(sc, prefix, not_prefix = list()) {
  config <- sc$config
  master <- sc$master
  isLocal <- spark_master_is_local(master)

  isApplicable <- unlist(lapply(
    seq_along(config),
    function(idx) {
      config_name <- names(config)[[idx]]

      (is.null(prefix) || identical(substring(config_name, 1, nchar(prefix)), prefix)) &&
        all(unlist(
          lapply(not_prefix, function(x) !identical(substring(config_name, 1, nchar(x)), x))
        )) &&
        !(grepl("\\.local$", config_name) && !isLocal) &&
        !(grepl("\\.remote$", config_name) && isLocal) &&
        !(is.character(config[[idx]]) && all(nchar(config[[idx]]) == 0))
    }
  ))
  configNames <- lapply(
    names(config)[isApplicable],
    function(configName) {
      configName %>%
        substr(nchar(prefix) + 1, nchar(configName)) %>%
        sub("(\\.local$)|(\\.remote$)", "", ., perl = TRUE)
    }
  )
  configValues <- config[isApplicable]
  names(configValues) <- configNames

  configValues
}

#' View Entries in the Spark Log
#'
#' View the most recent entries in the Spark log. This can be useful when
#' inspecting output / errors produced by Spark during the invocation of
#' various commands.
#'
#' @param sc A \code{spark_connection}.
#' @param n The max number of log entries to retrieve. Use \code{NULL} to
#'   retrieve all entries within the log.
#' @param filter Character string to filter log entries.
#' @param ... Optional arguments; currently unused.
#'
#' @export
spark_log <- function(sc, n = 100, filter = NULL, ...) {
  UseMethod("spark_log")
}

#' @export
spark_log.default <- function(sc, n = 100, ...) {
  stop("Invalid class passed to spark_log")
}

#' @export
print.spark_log <- function(x, ...) {
  cat(x, sep = "\n")
}

#' Open the Spark web interface
#'
#' @inheritParams spark_log
#'
#' @export
spark_web <- function(sc, ...) {
  if (!identical(sc$state, NULL) && !identical(sc$state$spark_web, NULL)) {
    sc$state$spark_web
  } else {
    sparkui_url <- spark_config_value(
      sc$config, c("sparklyr.web.spark", "sparklyr.sparkui.url")
    )
    if (!is.null(sparkui_url)) {
      structure(sprintf("%s/jobs/", sparkui_url), class = "spark_web_url")
    } else {
      UseMethod("spark_web")
    }
  }
}

spark_web.default <- function(sc, ...) {
  url <- tryCatch(
    {
      invoke(spark_context(sc), "%>%", list("uiWebUrl"), list("get"))
    },
    error = function(e) {
      default_url <- "http://localhost:4040"
      warning(
        "Unable to retrieve Spark UI URL through SparkContext, ",
        sprintf("will boldly assume it's '%s'", default_url)
      )

      default_url
    }
  )
  if (!identical(substr(url, nchar(url), nchar(url)), "/")) {
    url <- paste0(url, "/")
  }

  structure(sprintf("%sjobs/", url), class = "spark_web_url")
}

#' @export
print.spark_web_url <- function(x, ...) {
  tryCatch(
    {
      browse_url(x)
    },
    error = NULL
  )
}

#' Retrieve the Spark connection's SQL catalog implementation property
#'
#' @param sc \code{spark_connection}
#'
#' @return spark.sql.catalogImplementation property from the connection's
#'  runtime configuration
#'
#' @export
get_spark_sql_catalog_implementation <- function(sc) {
  if (spark_version(sc) < "2.0.0") {
    stop(
      "get_spark_sql_catalog_implementation is only supported for Spark 2.0.0+",
      call. = FALSE
    )
  }

  invoke(
    hive_context(sc),
    "%>%",
    list("conf"),
    list("get", "spark.sql.catalogImplementation")
  )
}

initialize_connection <- function(sc) {
  UseMethod("initialize_connection")
}

new_spark_connection <- function(scon, ..., class = character()) {
  structure(
    scon,
    ...,
    class = c("spark_connection", class, "DBIConnection")
  )
}

new_spark_shell_connection <- function(scon, ..., class = character()) {
  new_spark_connection(
    scon,
    ...,
    class = c(class, "spark_shell_connection")
  )
}

new_spark_gateway_connection <- function(scon, ..., class = character()) {
  new_spark_shell_connection(
    scon,
    ...,
    class = c(class, "spark_gateway_connection")
  )
}

new_livy_connection <- function(scon) {
  new_spark_connection(
    scon,
    class = "livy_connection"
  )
}

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sparklyr documentation built on Jan. 8, 2022, 5:06 p.m.