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via JIRA by Michal Malohlava, 1 year ago
file:/opt/spark-jobserver/ (No such file or directory)
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via GitHub by benjyw
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conf/ (No such file or directory)
via Google Groups by Pep, 2 years ago
TestOutputFile (No such file or directory) file:/opt/spark-jobserver/ (No such file or directory)	at Method)	at	at	at org.apache.log4j.PropertyConfigurator.doConfigure(	at org.apache.log4j.PropertyConfigurator.configure(	at water.util.Log.createLog4j(	at water.util.Log.write0(	at water.util.Log.write0(	at water.util.Log.write(	at	at water.init.NetworkInit.initializeNetworkSockets(	at water.H2O.startLocalNode(	at water.H2O.main(	at water.H2OClient.main(	at water.H2OClientApp.driver(	at water.H2OClientApp.main(	at org.apache.spark.h2o.H2OContext.start(H2OContext.scala:151)