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Assuming byte addressable, 16k bytes requires 16k addresses, right? 16k is 214. That means you need 14 bits to represent the full range of possible addresses within a 16k page. So, what you need to do with the 24-bit logical addresses is consider 14 of those 24 bits as within-the-page addresses and the remaining 10 bits of those 24 bits as page numbers. ...


Without getting into premature optimization, consider the following design principles: Convention. It seems like you already made the choice to have predictable path names in HDFS (based on a user session ID). You can extend this to have predictable paths for each job. If the jobs are initiated by a web application, then that web app can generate whatever ...

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