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#!/usr/bin/env bash
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if [ -z "${SPARK_HOME}" ]; then
source "$(dirname "$0")"/find-spark-home
fi
. "${SPARK_HOME}"/bin/load-spark-env.sh
# Find the java binary
if [ -n "${JAVA_HOME}" ]; then
RUNNER="${JAVA_HOME}/bin/java"
else
if [ "$(command -v java)" ]; then
RUNNER="java"
else
echo "JAVA_HOME is not set" >&2
exit 1
fi
fi
# Find Spark jars.
if [ -d "${SPARK_HOME}/jars" ]; then
SPARK_JARS_DIR="${SPARK_HOME}/jars"
else
SPARK_JARS_DIR="${SPARK_HOME}/assembly/target/scala-$SPARK_SCALA_VERSION/jars"
fi
if [ ! -d "$SPARK_JARS_DIR" ] && [ -z "$SPARK_TESTING$SPARK_SQL_TESTING" ]; then
echo "Failed to find Spark jars directory ($SPARK_JARS_DIR)." 1>&2
echo "You need to build Spark with the target \"package\" before running this program." 1>&2
exit 1
else
LAUNCH_CLASSPATH="$SPARK_JARS_DIR/*"
fi
# Add the launcher build dir to the classpath if requested.
if [ -n "$SPARK_PREPEND_CLASSES" ]; then
LAUNCH_CLASSPATH="${SPARK_HOME}/launcher/target/scala-$SPARK_SCALA_VERSION/classes:$LAUNCH_CLASSPATH"
fi
# For tests
if [[ -n "$SPARK_TESTING" ]]; then
unset YARN_CONF_DIR
unset HADOOP_CONF_DIR
fi
# The launcher library will print arguments separated by a NULL character, to allow arguments with
# characters that would be otherwise interpreted by the shell. Read that in a while loop, populating
# an array that will be used to exec the final command.
#
# The exit code of the launcher is appended to the output, so the parent shell removes it from the
# command array and checks the value to see if the launcher succeeded.
build_command() {
"$RUNNER" -Xmx128m -cp "$LAUNCH_CLASSPATH" org.apache.spark.launcher.Main "$@"
printf "%d\0" $?
}
# Turn off posix mode since it does not allow process substitution
set +o posix
CMD=()
while IFS= read -d '' -r ARG; do
CMD+=("$ARG")
done < <(build_command "$@")
COUNT=${#CMD[@]}
LAST=$((COUNT - 1))
LAUNCHER_EXIT_CODE=${CMD[$LAST]}
# Certain JVM failures result in errors being printed to stdout (instead of stderr), which causes
# the code that parses the output of the launcher to get confused. In those cases, check if the
# exit code is an integer, and if it's not, handle it as a special error case.
if ! [[ $LAUNCHER_EXIT_CODE =~ ^[0-9]+$ ]]; then
echo "${CMD[@]}" | head -n-1 1>&2
exit 1
fi
if [ $LAUNCHER_EXIT_CODE != 0 ]; then
exit $LAUNCHER_EXIT_CODE
fi
CMD=("${CMD[@]:0:$LAST}")
exec "${CMD[@]}"