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From cwestin <...@git.apache.org>
Subject [GitHub] drill pull request: DRILL-3874: flattening large JSON objects uses...
Date Fri, 02 Oct 2015 02:00:15 GMT
Github user cwestin commented on the pull request:

    Re ObjectVector: I don't know what that's for. I just followed the pattern: getBufferSize()
already throws that exception.
    Re OUTPUT_MEMORY_LIMIT: what do you think? I tend to avoid adding more knobs, but I can
easily do that if you like (with the current 512MB as the default). Let me know soon, about
to kick off testing on Jason's suggested replacement of getBufferSize() implementations with
calls to getBufferSizeFor(). The problem I see here is that it will affect all flatten()s,
whether they need it or not. And, this isn't really the long term solution, which is really
to add projection capabilities so that we're not passing through the original record like

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