Spark has various persistence levels to store the RDDs on disk or in memory or as a combination of both with different replication levels namely:
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Yes, you can reorder the dataframe elements.
You need ...READ MORE
You can use the function expr
val data ...READ MORE
Caching the tables puts the whole table ...READ MORE
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No, you can run spark without hadoop. ...READ MORE
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