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From Jiaqi Tan <>
Subject Re: Hadoop board report
Date Sat, 10 Oct 2009 00:12:13 GMT
"The SALSA and Mochi suite of Hadoop log analysis and visualization
tools, built at Carnegie Mellon, have been progressively phased in and
integrated with the Chukwa log collection and processing
infrastructure. The basic analysis and visualization components are
available, and further work is being done to improve the
user-friendliness of operating these added tools, and to improve the
automated manageability for analysis and visualization. This can also
serve as a roadmap for other analysis tools to be integrated with

On Sat, Oct 10, 2009 at 2:21 AM, Ariel Rabkin <> wrote:
> Hrm.
> "Development has been proceeding steadily. Chukwa is substantially
> more reliable, flexible and robust than it was a year ago, or even
> four months ago.  The system is in production use at UC Berkeley, and
> a number of user suggestions have been incorporated. An attempt to
> formally release our 0.2 branch failed, due to lack of PC engagement.
> We intend to release 0.3 in the coming weeks."
> On Fri, Oct 9, 2009 at 11:13 AM, Eric Yang <> wrote:
>> Hi guys,
>> It¹s the time of the year.  We need to write a report about activity going
>> on in the chukwa community.  Here is the report from last quarter.
>> Chukwa is a distributed log collection framework that aggregates logs
>> from across a cluster into a reasonable number of HDFS files.
>> Releases:
>>  * release 0.1.2 on 14/May/2009 with 132 issues
>>  * currently voting on release 0.2.0 with 56 issues
>> I will submit the report to Owen on Oct 14th.  Please submit your comments
>> and reports to me by Oct 13th.  Thanks
>> Regards,
>> Eric
> --
> Ari Rabkin
> UC Berkeley Computer Science Department

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