Spark event log location

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Hi. Need urgent help. I need to know to the location where spark event logs are stored to find the logs of an event. Thanks in advance.
Mar 6 in Apache Spark by Prateek
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Unless and until you have not changed any configurations, you should find the logs in the following path:

file:///tmp/spark-events

There will a sub-directory for the application whose logs you are looking for. You will find the logs inside this directory. 

answered Mar 6 by Rohit

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