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From Wei Zheng <>
Subject Re: Moving Hive Jenkins jobs to
Date Thu, 09 Jun 2016 23:02:02 GMT
Hi Sergio,

Looks like is still using Java 7?


On 6/5/16, 12:30, "Sergio Pena" <> wrote:

>Hi All,
>I just finished moving all Jenkins jobs to I
>will keep monitoring the jobs during the week to make sure they runs fine.
>There is a view in Jenkins where you can see all Hive jobs,
>There are a couple of jobs that I don't know if they are still be used,
>"hive-trunk" and "hive-0.14"
>Please let me know if someone is using those jobs, or if I can destroy them
>so that we can keep this view clean.
>Please let me know If you have problems with Jenkins.
>- Sergio
>On Sun, May 29, 2016 at 9:40 PM, Sergio Pena <>
>> Hi All,
>> Just to let you know that I will plan to move our Jenkins jobs and
>> configurations to the site during this week.  ASF has a
>> good infrastructure for Jenkins, and have all jobs backed up in case of
>> server failures.
>> Also, some people in the Hive community is showing interest in helping on
>> Jenkins, so I would like to give that benefit by moving it to ASF Jenkins.
>> For now, only Jenkins will be moved, but the cluster will still be
>> private. However, I will continue working on making this more open too.
>> Just one thing about ASF jenkins is that it has too many jobs from all
>> Apache projects. Hopefully you don't get lost on it when looking for Hive
>> :P.
>> I'll let you know when all this happens.
>> - Sergio
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