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See https://github.com/mozilla/python_moztelemetry/pull/242 tdsmith saw performance issues when running on Databricks due to process contention. Switching to threads seems to be an overall performance improvement.
To keep up with evolution of protocol buffers, we've regenerated the class with latest protoc (3.6.1) and not require protbuf>=3.6.0
Previous releases only provided a wheel release specific to either python 2 or python 3. Starting with this version, we release a universal wheel that leads to more efficient installation for consuming projects. See https://github.com/mozilla/python_moztelemetry/pull/223
Dataset.records now has a group_by method that can be set to 'equal_size' rather than the default 'greedy' (https://github.com/mozilla/python_moztelemetry/pull/217) The Dataset constructor now accepts a max_concurrency parameter that can be used to manage the number of spawned processes (https://github.com/mozilla/python_moztelemetry/pull/221)
Bug 1447851 - Add content decoding for landfill 209 This release adds support for decoding messages as seen from ingestion. These documents are lightly processed and stored as gzipped json documents with a `meta` and `content` field.
Removal of the Aurora scalar definitions.
This release adds a Mann-Whitney U test for comparing histograms.
Include a utility function for reading the main_summary table
Scalars are now case insensitive, as well as raising a specific exception if the scalar definition is not found.
This release contains some tweaks to the documentation and it introduces automatic pypi release on tags
Automatically sanitize arguments in `where` clauses for the Dataset API.
Remove lazy JSON parsing.
Update histogram_tools.py to latest version
New select() method, misc. bugfixes