Test Result : ParquetV1PartitionDiscoverySuite

0 failures (±0)
29 tests (±0)
Took 1 min 0 sec.

All Tests

Test nameDurationStatus
Parallel partition discovery1.2 secPassed
Resolve type conflicts - decimals, dates and timestamps in partition column3.3 secPassed
SPARK-11678: Partition discovery stops at the root path of the dataset2.5 secPassed
SPARK-15895 summary files in non-leaf partition directories0.87 secPassed
SPARK-18108 Parquet reader fails when data column types conflict with partition ones0.62 secPassed
SPARK-21463: MetadataLogFileIndex should respect userSpecifiedSchema for partition cols1.2 secPassed
SPARK-22109: Resolve type conflicts between strings and timestamps in partition column2.3 secPassed
SPARK-23436: invalid Dates should be inferred as String in partition inference1.2 secPassed
SPARK-7749 Non-partitioned table should have empty partition spec0.34 secPassed
SPARK-7847: Dynamic partition directory path escaping and unescaping1.9 secPassed
SPARK-8037: Ignores files whose name starts with dot1.2 secPassed
Various inferred partition value types2 secPassed
Various partition value types2.8 secPassed
_SUCCESS should not break partitioning discovery2.2 secPassed
column type inference6 msPassed
listConflictingPartitionColumns5 msPassed
parse invalid partitioned directories36 msPassed
parse partition10 msPassed
parse partition with base paths18 msPassed
parse partitions69 msPassed
parse partitions with type inference disabled23 msPassed
read partitioned table - merging compatible schemas7.7 secPassed
read partitioned table - normal case3.5 secPassed
read partitioned table - partition key included in Parquet file5.3 secPassed
read partitioned table - with nulls7.6 secPassed
read partitioned table - with nulls and partition keys are included in Parquet file4.4 secPassed
read partitioned table using different path options1.1 secPassed
use basePath and file globbing to selectively load partitioned table4.8 secPassed
use basePath to specify the root dir of a partitioned table0.99 secPassed