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    Root Cause Analysis

    1. com.twitter.util.Eval$CompilerException

      Compiler exception error: line >>> 6: LocalCluster is not a member of com.twitter.parrot.util import com.twitter.parrot.util.LocalCluster ^ error: line 21: not found: type LocalCluster clusterService = Some(new LocalCluster) ^

      at com.twitter.util.Eval$StringCompiler.apply()
    2. util-core
      Eval$StringCompiler.apply
      1. com.twitter.util.Eval$StringCompiler.apply(Eval.scala:557)
      1 frame