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From Robert Evans <ev...@yahoo-inc.com>
Subject Re: [VOTE] 0.23.4 release
Date Mon, 01 Oct 2012 13:42:04 GMT
Sorry I thought I had done that.  I have added them.  No code changes
needed, not even a recompile in fact, just missed running the final scp.

Thanks for pointing that out.


On 9/29/12 6:00 PM, "Harsh J" <harsh@cloudera.com> wrote:

>Hi Robert,
>Source artifacts are missing. Could you please upload those as a
>separate tarball like the last time?
>+1 from me (non-binding) for the binaries otherwise.
>Verified the signature.
>?  gpg --verify hadoop-0.23.4.tar.gz.asc hadoop-0.23.4.tar.gz
>gpg: Good signature from "Robert Joseph Evans (Bobby)
>Ran a single machine cluster and ran a couple of MR jobs and the
>distributed shell YARN app (needed extra configuring, check
>https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/MAPREDUCE-3869 for your next
>release, if you perhaps want to make the experience better?). Seems to
>work alright.
>?  bin/yarn jar
>share/hadoop/mapreduce/hadoop-mapreduce-examples-0.23.4.jar pi
>-Dmapreduce.framework.name=yarn 10 10
>Estimated value of Pi is 3.20000000000000000000
>On Sat, Sep 29, 2012 at 9:05 PM, Robert Evans <evans@yahoo-inc.com> wrote:
>> I have built a 0.23.4-rc0 and am calling a release vote on it. As per
>>the bylaws this vote will be open for 1 week, and will close next
>>Saturday October 6th.
>> You can access the release through the apache maven staging repo, with
>>the 0.23.4-rc0 tag in subversion, and at
>> This release is a sustaining release with several important bug fixes
>>in it.  Most notably upgrading of a 1.0 cluster with append/sync enabled
>>should now work (HDFS-3731).  There are no known blockers against this
>>release, there are only two critical issues.
>> HADOOP-8811
>> Compile hadoop native library in FreeBSD
>> HDFS-3990
>> NN's health report has severe performance problems
>> HDFS-3990 only really has a significant impact on large clusters, and
>>can be mitigated by enabling DNS caching.
>> I have run several manual tests on this release on a small insecure
>>cluster and all of them pass I am a +1 (binding) for this release.
>> On a side note I am happy to announce that the 0.23 line is being
>>rolled out more widely at Yahoo!.  We just installed 0.23.3 on a 2000
>>node cluster and have only seen a few issues (HDFS-3990 is the biggest
>>of them).   I expect to do a 0.23.5 release in the coming weeks/months
>>as we find more issues running on large clusters.
>> --Bobby Evans
>Harsh J

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