“If you use Xdebug in your development setup, you may receive a Maximum function nesting level of '100' reached, aborting! error. This is due to the xdebug.max_nesting_level PHP setting, which defaults to 100.
I am on a project which requires Hadoop for crunching millions of documents. Being new to Hadoop, I was faced with a learning curve. nbsp;Here are a couple of notes on the experience.br /h2Hadoop Streaming/h2Working with streaming jobs on Hadoop is straightforward enough, except when it comes to controlling how Hadoop treats the input files. br /br /The input files I needed to process were large (100's MB). Hadoop insisted on chunking those to smaller size but unfortunately the default splitting wasn't compatible with my file type.
A couple of months ago, I started a new project. I had no legacy to follow. Everything was open. I decided to stick to PHP, because this is what I know best. New projects have enough unknowns by themselves. I didn’t need to learn a whole new platform. Instead, I decided to learn a new framework. I went with Symfony2, and of course, Doctrine2. I must say I was more than impressed. These two together completely change what PHP programming is, and for the best. They do what they need to do, and do it extremely well. Even profiling the code demonstrated how much care went into them.