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From "Magyar, Bence (US SSA)" <bence.mag...@baesystems.com>
Subject RE: ShortestPathExample on website: Input Data looks exactly like the Output Results?
Date Wed, 07 Nov 2012 20:02:56 GMT
Hi,

Does anyone have insight about this question below?

-Bence

From: Magyar, Bence (US SSA) [mailto:bence.magyar@baesystems.com]
Sent: Monday, October 22, 2012 8:49 AM
To: user@giraph.apache.org
Subject: ShortestPathExample on website: Input Data looks exactly like the Output Results?

Hello everyone,

I'm starting a new thread for this question.  This question was originally asked by someone
named  Amir A. on Friday July 27th, 2012.  Unfortunately there did not appear to be an answer
in the archives.

I am looking at the ShortestPath Example article on the Giraph website:
https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/GIRAPH/Shortest+Paths+Example

The final output: (shown below)

hadoop fs -cat shortestPathsOutputGraph/part*
[5, 1000, [ [6, 500] ] ]
[6, 1500, [ [7, 600] ] ]
[7, 2100, [ [8, 700] ] ]
[8, 2800, [ [9, 800] ] ]
[9, 3600, [ [10,900] ] ]
[10, 4500, [ [11, 1000] ] ]
[11, 5500, [ [12, 1100] ] ]
[12, 6600, [ [13, 1200] ] ]
[13, 7800, [ [14, 1300] ] ]
[14, 9100, [ [0, 1400] ] ]
[0, 0, [ [1, 0] ] ]
[1, 0, [ [2, 100] ] ]
[2, 100, [ [3, 200] ] ]
[3, 300, [ [4, 300] ] ]
[4, 600, [ [5, 400] ] ]

Looks *exactly* like the concatenation of the three *input* files.  Is this the correct and
expected result?
Can someone please explain how the output should be interpreted in the website article?

-Bence


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