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From JoshRosen <>
Subject [GitHub] spark pull request: [SPARK-3074] [PySpark] support groupByKey() wi...
Date Wed, 08 Apr 2015 19:20:23 GMT
Github user JoshRosen commented on a diff in the pull request:
    --- Diff: python/pyspark/ ---
    @@ -367,32 +372,13 @@ def iteritems(self):
         def _external_items(self):
             """ Return all partitioned items as iterator """
    -        assert not
    --- End diff --
    I noticed that you moved a few of these assertions.  I guess the old assumption was that
once we've spilled, we'll stop using `data` and only aggregate into `pdata`, given that we
clear `data` in the first branch of `_spill`.  Why has this assumption changed here?  It looks
like we do end up writing to `data` again inside of this `_external_items` method, but then
we end up clearing `data` at the end after the iterator has been consumed.
    Was this change necessary in order to support iterating multiple times over the merged
result?  Just want to double-check my understanding here.

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