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From Haohui Mai <h...@hortonworks.com>
Subject Putting the hdfs client as a separate jar
Date Wed, 02 Apr 2014 21:27:33 GMT
Hi,

Many downstream projects needs the ability to access hdfs. In order to do
this, currently downstream projects are forced to bring in the whole hdfs
jar and its dependency, since both the hdfs server and the hdfs client
reside in the same jar.

To integrate with hdfs, the downstream projects are forced to manage the
excess dependency from the hdfs server side (e.g., jersey, servlet, netty,
and jsp-runtime, just to name a few). In my own experience, I ended up
spending quite a bit of time on tweaking the POMs to work around collisions
of dependent jars.

To solve this problem, I propose to reorganize the code to put hdfs client
into a separate jar. That way the client jar no longer depends on the jars
that are required by the server side, therefore it is easier for the
downstream projects to integrate with hdfs.

Your feedbacks are appreciated.

Regards,
Haohui

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