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Subject [GitHub] [airflow] seii-saintway opened a new pull request #6710: [AIRFLOW-6144] Improve the log message of airflow scheduler
Date Mon, 02 Dec 2019 07:54:59 GMT
seii-saintway opened a new pull request #6710: [AIRFLOW-6144] Improve the log message of airflow
scheduler
URL: https://github.com/apache/airflow/pull/6710
 
 
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   ### Description
   
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   `[2019-12-02 14:33:56,384] {dag_processing.py:760} ERROR - Cannot use more than 1 thread
when using sqlite. Setting parallelism to 1`
   ↓
   `[2019-12-02 14:33:56,384] {dag_processing.py:760} WARNING - Because we cannot use more
than 1 thread (max_threads = %d) when using sqlite. So we set parallelism to 1.`
   
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   Because there are no corresponding unit tests for the log message before, I just did a
quick test.
   
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