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From Eric Baldeschwieler <eri...@hortonworks.com>
Subject Re: 0.20.205 Sustaining Release branch plan and content plan
Date Fri, 30 Sep 2011 05:34:47 GMT
Let me give a shout out to all the folks that are helping to make this work.  20.205 has gotten
a lot of things done in a very short period of time and its exciting to see such a diverse
group of folks pushing together to drive this forward!  I'm looking forward to seeing security
and HBase run together!  And the new HDFS HTTP APIs are going to open up a lot of interesting

Thanks all!


On Sep 9, 2011, at 5:11 PM, Matt Foley wrote:

> [REMINDER:  branch-0.20.205 will be created this weekend.]
> Regarding "group 2" of the planning message, there were seven orphan
> patches, already in 0.20-security, but not yet spoken for in 205:
>   HADOOP-7400. Fix HdfsProxyTests fails when the -Dtest.build.dir
>> and -Dbuild.test is set a dir other than build dir (gkesavan).
>>   HADOOP-7594. Support HTTP REST in HttpServer.  (szetszwo)
>>   HADOOP-7596. Makes packaging of 64-bit jsvc possible. Has other
>> bug fixes to do with packaging. (Eric Yang via ddas)
>>   HDFS-1207. FSNamesystem.stallReplicationWork should be volatile.
>> (Todd Lipcon via dhruba)
>>   HDFS-2259. DN web-UI doesn't work with paths that contain html. (eli)
>>   HDFS-2309. TestRenameWhileOpen fails. (jitendra)
>>   MAPREDUCE-7343. Make the number of warnings accepted by test-patch
>>  configurable to limit false positives. (Thomas Graves via cdouglas)
> Here is their disposition:
> HADOOP-7400 and HADOOP-7596 are build/package infrastructure issues.  I need
> them for the release, so they will be included.
> HDFS-1207 is needed for append, is requested by Suresh, and will be
> included.
> HDFS-2259 is recommended by Eli, and will be included.
> HDFS-2309 fixes a bug detected by a failing unit test in the 0.20 build.  It
> will be included.
> HADOOP-7594 is requested by Sanjay, and will be included.
> MAPREDUCE-7343 doesn't exist!  It is really a reference to HADOOP-7343.  It
> is requested by Nathan, and will be included.  (I fixed the CHANGES.txt
> reference and caused the commit to show - as much as possible - in the
> jira.)
> So in summary, all the orphans have been claimed and championed.
> --Matt

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