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Re: chained operator with different parallelism question

Functions with different parallelism cannot be chained.
Chaining means that Functions are fused into a single operator and that records are passed by method calls (instead of serializing them into an in-memory or network channel).
Hence, chaining does not work if you have different parallelism.

Best, Fabian

2018-05-18 13:42 GMT+02:00 makeyang <riverbuilding@xxxxxxxxxxx>:
there operators are supposed to chained.
but what if there are set different parallelism like below:
X != Y != Z
what will happen?

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