When we create an RDD, does it bring the data and load it into the memory?

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Can anyone explain when we create an RDD, it bring the data and load it into the memory?
Jul 5 in Apache Spark by geeta
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Hi,

No. An RDD is made up of partitions which are located on multiple machines. The partition is only kept in memory if the data is being loaded from memory or the RDD has been cached/persisted into the memory.
answered Jul 5 by Gitika
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