What is the difference between persist() and cache() in apache spark?

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How can we differenciate between persist() and cache() in Spark?

Jul 3 in Apache Spark by Nihal

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Hi,

persist () allows the user to specify the storage level whereas cache () uses the default storage level in Spark.

answered Jul 3 by Gitika
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