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From Colin McCabe <>
Subject Re: builds and automation
Date Mon, 03 Oct 2016 17:54:05 GMT
Hi Jake,

It's great that you're trying things out.  How does this compare to the
Ubuntu Dockerfile that we use for Jenkins?  It's checked in here:

It would be interesting to have a Dockerfile that also had a usable
version of Hadoop and HDFS installed, so that people could actually play
around with getting trace data and looking at it.  Or if not Hadoop,
some other distributed system that we could have tracing for.


On Fri, Sep 30, 2016, at 21:36, Jake Farrell wrote:
> I've been using a Dockerfile [1] to test Apache HTrace (incubating) with
> and just shared it on the incubator list to help others test the current
> release candidate with. Figured I'd check and see what the consensus was
> for adding it to our repo and enabling Travis against our github mirror
> to
> get some automated testing feedback. The Dockerfile is based on Centos 7,
> but could easily be convert over to Ubuntu, more important thing to me
> was
> that we have a known reference for people to be able to jump in and
> easily
> develop/test against. Thoughts?
> -Jake
> [1]:

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