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From shaneknapp <...@git.apache.org>
Subject [GitHub] spark issue #15821: [SPARK-13534][PySpark] Using Apache Arrow to increase pe...
Date Tue, 27 Jun 2017 17:35:12 GMT
Github user shaneknapp commented on the issue:

    https://github.com/apache/spark/pull/15821
  
    i agree w/@MaheshIBM that we're looking at a bad CA cert.  i think we're looking at a
problem on continuum.io's side, not our side.  
    
    however, i do no like the thought of ignoring certs (on principle).  :)
    
    and finally, if i'm reading the run-pip-tests code correctly (and please correct me if
i'm wrong @holdenk ), we're just creating a temp python environment in /tmp, installing some
packages, running the tests, and then moving on.
    
    some thoughts/suggestions:
    * our conda environment is pretty stagnant and hasn't been explicitly upgraded since we
deployed anaconda python over a year ago.
    * the py3k environment that exists in the workers' conda installation is solely used by
spark builds, so updating said environment w/the packages in the run-pip-tests will remove
the need to download them, but at the same time, make the tests a NOOP.
    * we can hope that continuum fixes their cert issue asap.  :\


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