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Subject svn commit: r1229288 [4/4] - in /incubator/bigtop/branches/RCs: ./ bigtop-deploy/puppet/modules/hadoop-hbase/manifests/ bigtop-deploy/puppet/modules/hadoop-hive/manifests/ bigtop-deploy/puppet/modules/hadoop-pig/manifests/ bigtop-deploy/puppet/modules/...
Date Mon, 09 Jan 2012 18:40:59 GMT
Modified: incubator/bigtop/branches/RCs/bigtop-tests/test-artifacts/package/src/main/resources/package_data_urpmi.xml
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/incubator/bigtop/branches/RCs/bigtop-tests/test-artifacts/package/src/main/resources/package_data_urpmi.xml?rev=1229288&r1=1229287&r2=1229288&view=diff
==============================================================================
--- incubator/bigtop/branches/RCs/bigtop-tests/test-artifacts/package/src/main/resources/package_data_urpmi.xml
(original)
+++ incubator/bigtop/branches/RCs/bigtop-tests/test-artifacts/package/src/main/resources/package_data_urpmi.xml
Mon Jan  9 18:40:56 2012
@@ -813,7 +813,7 @@ also on potential use cases. Come to the
     <tag name="/usr/bin/env"/>
     <tag name="/usr/sbin/useradd"/>
     <hadoop>>=0.20.2+710</hadoop>
-    <hadoop-zookeeper>>=3.3.1+10</hadoop-zookeeper>
+    <zookeeper>>=3.3.1+10</zookeeper>
     <jre>>=1.6</jre>
     <sh-utils/>
     <textutils/>
@@ -2345,7 +2345,7 @@ also on potential use cases. Come to the
     <doc  name="/usr/share/man/man1/oozie.1.gz" owners="1" perm="-rw-r--r--" user="root"
group="root"/>
   </content>
 </oozie-client>
-<hadoop-zookeeper>
+<zookeeper>
   <metadata>
     <summary>A high-performance coordination service for distributed applications.</summary>
     <description>ZooKeeper is a centralized service for maintaining configuration information,
@@ -2726,15 +2726,15 @@ difficult to manage. Even when done corr
     </zookeeper>
   </users>
   <alternatives>
-    <hadoop-zookeeper-conf>
+    <zookeeper-conf>
       <status>auto</status>
       <link>/etc/zookeeper/conf</link>
       <value>/etc/zookeeper/conf.dist</value>
       <alt>/etc/zookeeper/conf.dist</alt>
-    </hadoop-zookeeper-conf>
+    </zookeeper-conf>
   </alternatives>
-</hadoop-zookeeper>
-<hadoop-zookeeper-server>
+</zookeeper>
+<zookeeper-server>
   <metadata>
     <!-- license>APL2</license -->
     <!-- arch>universal</arch -->
@@ -2751,21 +2751,21 @@ difficult to manage. Even when done corr
   <deps>
     <tag name="/bin/bash"/>
     <tag name="/bin/sh"/>
-    <hadoop-zookeeper>/self</hadoop-zookeeper>
+    <zookeeper>/self</zookeeper>
     <redhat-lsb/>
   </deps>
   <services>
-    <hadoop-zookeeper-server>
+    <zookeeper-server>
       <runlevel>2</runlevel><runlevel>3</runlevel><runlevel>4</runlevel><runlevel>5</runlevel>
       <oninstall>stop</oninstall>
       <configured>true</configured>
-    </hadoop-zookeeper-server>
+    </zookeeper-server>
   </services>
   <content>
-    <file name="/etc/rc.d/init.d/hadoop-zookeeper-server" owners="1" perm="-rwxr-xr-x"
user="root" group="root"/>
+    <file name="/etc/rc.d/init.d/zookeeper-server" owners="1" perm="-rwxr-xr-x" user="root"
group="root"/>
   </content>
-</hadoop-zookeeper-server>
-<hadoop-pig>
+</zookeeper-server>
+<pig>
   <metadata>
     <summary>Pig is a platform for analyzing large data sets</summary>
     <description>Pig is a platform for analyzing large data sets that consists of a
high-level language
@@ -6703,8 +6703,8 @@ difficult to manage. Even when done corr
       <alt>/etc/pig/conf.dist</alt>
     </pig-conf>
   </alternatives>
-</hadoop-pig>
-<hadoop-hive>
+</pig>
+<hive>
   <metadata>
     <summary>Hive is a data warehouse infrastructure built on top of Hadoop</summary>
     <description>Hive is a data warehouse infrastructure built on top of Hadoop that
@@ -7143,8 +7143,8 @@ difficult to manage. Even when done corr
       <alt>/etc/hive/conf.dist</alt>
     </hive-conf>
   </alternatives>
-</hadoop-hive>
-<hadoop-hbase>
+</hive>
+<hbase>
   <metadata>
     <summary>HBase is the Hadoop database. Use it when you need random, realtime read/write
access to your Big Data. This project's goal is the hosting of very large tables -- billions
of rows X millions of columns -- atop clusters of commodity hardware.</summary>
     <description>HBase is an open-source, distributed, column-oriented store modeled
after Google' Bigtable: A Distributed Storage System for Structured Data by Chang et al. Just
as Bigtable leverages the distributed data storage provided by the Google File System, HBase
provides Bigtable-like capabilities on top of Hadoop. HBase includes:
@@ -7167,7 +7167,7 @@ difficult to manage. Even when done corr
     <tag name="/usr/bin/env"/>
     <tag name="/usr/sbin/useradd"/>
     <hadoop>>=0.20.2+700</hadoop>
-    <hadoop-zookeeper>>=3.3.1+8</hadoop-zookeeper>
+    <zookeeper>>=3.3.1+8</zookeeper>
     <jre>>=1.6</jre>
     <sh-utils/>
     <textutils/>
@@ -7331,8 +7331,8 @@ difficult to manage. Even when done corr
       <shell>/sbin/nologin</shell>
     </hbase>
   </users>
-</hadoop-hbase>
-<hadoop-hbase-doc>
+</hbase>
+<hbase-doc>
   <metadata>
     <summary>Hbase Documentation</summary>
     <description>Documentation for Hbase</description>
@@ -9100,8 +9100,8 @@ difficult to manage. Even when done corr
     <doc  name="/usr/share/doc/hbase/wal_splitting.html" owners="1" perm="-rwxr-xr-x"
user="root" group="root"/>
     <doc  name="/usr/share/doc/hbase/wal_tools.html" owners="1" perm="-rwxr-xr-x" user="root"
group="root"/>
   </content>
-</hadoop-hbase-doc>
-<hadoop-hbase-master>
+</hbase-doc>
+<hbase-master>
   <metadata>
     <summary>The Hadoop HBase master Server.</summary>
     <description>HMaster is the "master server" for a HBase. There is only one HMaster
for a single HBase deployment.</description>
@@ -9110,21 +9110,21 @@ difficult to manage. Even when done corr
   <deps>
     <tag name="/bin/bash"/>
     <tag name="/bin/sh"/>
-    <hadoop-hbase>/self</hadoop-hbase>
+    <hbase>/self</hbase>
     <redhat-lsb/>
   </deps>
   <services>
-    <hadoop-hbase-master>
+    <hbase-master>
        <runlevel>2</runlevel><runlevel>3</runlevel><runlevel>4</runlevel><runlevel>5</runlevel>
        <oninstall>stop</oninstall>
        <configured>true</configured>
-    </hadoop-hbase-master>
+    </hbase-master>
   </services>
   <content>
-    <file name="/etc/rc.d/init.d/hadoop-hbase-master" owners="1" perm="-rwxr-xr-x" user="root"
group="root"/>
+    <file name="/etc/rc.d/init.d/hbase-master" owners="1" perm="-rwxr-xr-x" user="root"
group="root"/>
   </content>
-</hadoop-hbase-master>
-<hadoop-hbase-regionserver>
+</hbase-master>
+<hbase-regionserver>
   <metadata>
     <summary>The Hadoop HBase RegionServer server.</summary>
     <description>HRegionServer makes a set of HRegions available to clients. It checks
in with the HMaster. There are many HRegionServers in a single HBase deployment.</description>
@@ -9133,21 +9133,21 @@ difficult to manage. Even when done corr
   <deps>
     <tag name="/bin/bash"/>
     <tag name="/bin/sh"/>
-    <hadoop-hbase>/self</hadoop-hbase>
+    <hbase>/self</hbase>
     <redhat-lsb/>
   </deps>
   <services>
-    <hadoop-hbase-regionserver>
+    <hbase-regionserver>
        <runlevel>2</runlevel><runlevel>3</runlevel><runlevel>4</runlevel><runlevel>5</runlevel>
        <oninstall>stop</oninstall>
        <configured>false</configured>
-    </hadoop-hbase-regionserver>
+    </hbase-regionserver>
   </services>
   <content>
-    <file name="/etc/rc.d/init.d/hadoop-hbase-regionserver" owners="1" perm="-rwxr-xr-x"
user="root" group="root"/>
+    <file name="/etc/rc.d/init.d/hbase-regionserver" owners="1" perm="-rwxr-xr-x" user="root"
group="root"/>
   </content>
-</hadoop-hbase-regionserver>
-<hadoop-hbase-thrift>
+</hbase-regionserver>
+<hbase-thrift>
   <metadata>
     <summary>The Hadoop HBase Thrift Interface</summary>
     <description>ThriftServer - this class starts up a Thrift server which implements
the Hbase API specified in the Hbase.thrift IDL file. "Thrift is a software framework for
scalable cross-language services development. It combines a powerful software stack with a
code generation engine to build services that work efficiently and seamlessly between C++,
Java, Python, PHP, and Ruby. Thrift was developed at Facebook, and we are now releasing it
as open source." For additional information, see http://developers.facebook.com/thrift/. Facebook
has announced their intent to migrate Thrift into Apache Incubator.</description>
@@ -9156,20 +9156,20 @@ difficult to manage. Even when done corr
   <deps>
     <tag name="/bin/bash"/>
     <tag name="/bin/sh"/>
-    <hadoop-hbase>/self</hadoop-hbase>
+    <hbase>/self</hbase>
     <redhat-lsb/>
   </deps>
   <services>
-    <hadoop-hbase-thrift>
+    <hbase-thrift>
        <runlevel>2</runlevel><runlevel>3</runlevel><runlevel>4</runlevel><runlevel>5</runlevel>
        <oninstall>stop</oninstall>
        <configured>false</configured>
-    </hadoop-hbase-thrift>
+    </hbase-thrift>
   </services>
   <content>
-    <file name="/etc/rc.d/init.d/hadoop-hbase-thrift" owners="1" perm="-rwxr-xr-x" user="root"
group="root"/>
+    <file name="/etc/rc.d/init.d/hbase-thrift" owners="1" perm="-rwxr-xr-x" user="root"
group="root"/>
   </content>
-</hadoop-hbase-thrift>
+</hbase-thrift>
 <hadoop>
   <metadata>
     <summary>Hadoop is a software platform for processing vast amounts of data</summary>

Modified: incubator/bigtop/branches/RCs/bigtop-tests/test-artifacts/package/src/main/resources/package_data_yum.xml
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/incubator/bigtop/branches/RCs/bigtop-tests/test-artifacts/package/src/main/resources/package_data_yum.xml?rev=1229288&r1=1229287&r2=1229288&view=diff
==============================================================================
--- incubator/bigtop/branches/RCs/bigtop-tests/test-artifacts/package/src/main/resources/package_data_yum.xml
(original)
+++ incubator/bigtop/branches/RCs/bigtop-tests/test-artifacts/package/src/main/resources/package_data_yum.xml
Mon Jan  9 18:40:56 2012
@@ -1069,7 +1069,7 @@ also on potential use cases. Come to the
       <tag name="/usr/bin/env"/>
       <tag name="/usr/sbin/useradd"/>
       <hadoop>&gt;=0.20.2+710</hadoop>
-      <hadoop-zookeeper>&gt;=3.3.1+10</hadoop-zookeeper>
+      <zookeeper>&gt;=3.3.1+10</zookeeper>
       <jre>&gt;=1.6</jre>
       <sh-utils/>
       <textutils/>
@@ -4160,7 +4160,7 @@ also on potential use cases. Come to the
       <doc name="/usr/share/man/man1/oozie.1.gz" perm="-rw-r--r--" group="root" owners="-1"
user="root"/>
     </content>
   </oozie-client>
-  <hadoop-zookeeper>
+  <zookeeper>
     <metadata>
       <summary>A high-performance coordination service for distributed applications.</summary>
       <description>ZooKeeper is a centralized service for maintaining configuration
information,
@@ -4538,15 +4538,15 @@ difficult to manage. Even when done corr
       </zookeeper>
     </users>
     <alternatives>
-      <hadoop-zookeeper-conf>
+      <zookeeper-conf>
         <status>auto</status>
         <link>/etc/zookeeper/conf</link>
         <value>/etc/zookeeper/conf.dist</value>
         <alt>/etc/zookeeper/conf.dist</alt>
-      </hadoop-zookeeper-conf>
+      </zookeeper-conf>
     </alternatives>
-  </hadoop-zookeeper>
-  <hadoop-zookeeper-server>
+  </zookeeper>
+  <zookeeper-server>
     <metadata>
       <summary>The Hadoop Zookeeper server</summary>
       <description>This package starts the zookeeper server on startup</description>
@@ -4555,24 +4555,24 @@ difficult to manage. Even when done corr
     <deps>
       <tag name="/bin/bash"/>
       <tag name="/bin/sh"/>
-      <hadoop-zookeeper>/self</hadoop-zookeeper>
+      <zookeeper>/self</zookeeper>
       <redhat-lsb/>
     </deps>
     <services>
-      <hadoop-zookeeper-server>
+      <zookeeper-server>
         <runlevel>2</runlevel>
         <runlevel>3</runlevel>
         <runlevel>4</runlevel>
         <runlevel>5</runlevel>
         <oninstall>stop</oninstall>
         <configured>true</configured>
-      </hadoop-zookeeper-server>
+      </zookeeper-server>
     </services>
     <content>
-      <file name="/etc/rc.d/init.d/hadoop-zookeeper-server" perm="-rwxr-xr-x" group="root"
owners="-1" user="root"/>
+      <file name="/etc/rc.d/init.d/zookeeper-server" perm="-rwxr-xr-x" group="root" owners="-1"
user="root"/>
     </content>
-  </hadoop-zookeeper-server>
-  <hadoop-pig>
+  </zookeeper-server>
+  <pig>
     <metadata>
       <summary>Pig is a platform for analyzing large data sets</summary>
       <description>Pig is a platform for analyzing large data sets that consists of
a high-level language
@@ -8457,8 +8457,8 @@ difficult to manage. Even when done corr
         <alt>/etc/pig/conf.dist</alt>
       </pig-conf>
     </alternatives>
-  </hadoop-pig>
-  <hadoop-hive>
+  </pig>
+  <hive>
     <metadata>
       <summary>Hive is a data warehouse infrastructure built on top of Hadoop</summary>
       <description>Hive is a data warehouse infrastructure built on top of Hadoop that
@@ -8913,8 +8913,8 @@ difficult to manage. Even when done corr
         <alt>/etc/hive/conf.dist</alt>
       </hive-conf>
     </alternatives>
-  </hadoop-hive>
-  <hadoop-hbase>
+  </hive>
+  <hbase>
     <metadata>
       <summary>HBase is the Hadoop database. Use it when you need random, realtime
read/write access to your Big Data. This project's goal is the hosting of very large tables
-- billions of rows X millions of columns -- atop clusters of commodity hardware.</summary>
       <description>HBase is an open-source, distributed, column-oriented store modeled
after Google' Bigtable: A Distributed Storage System for Structured Data by Chang et al. Just
as Bigtable leverages the distributed data storage provided by the Google File System, HBase
provides Bigtable-like capabilities on top of Hadoop. HBase includes:
@@ -8936,7 +8936,7 @@ difficult to manage. Even when done corr
       <tag name="/usr/bin/env"/>
       <tag name="/usr/sbin/useradd"/>
       <hadoop>&gt;=0.20.2+700</hadoop>
-      <hadoop-zookeeper>&gt;=3.3.1+8</hadoop-zookeeper>
+      <zookeeper>&gt;=3.3.1+8</zookeeper>
       <jre>&gt;=1.6</jre>
       <sh-utils/>
       <textutils/>
@@ -9109,8 +9109,8 @@ difficult to manage. Even when done corr
         <shell>/sbin/nologin</shell>
       </hbase>
     </users>
-  </hadoop-hbase>
-  <hadoop-hbase-doc>
+  </hbase>
+  <hbase-doc>
     <metadata>
       <summary>Hbase Documentation</summary>
       <description>Documentation for Hbase</description>
@@ -11837,8 +11837,8 @@ difficult to manage. Even when done corr
       <doc name="/usr/share/doc/hbase-0.90.4.16/xref/package-summary.html" perm="-rwxr-xr-x"
group="root" owners="-1" user="root"/>
       <doc name="/usr/share/doc/hbase-0.90.4.16/xref/stylesheet.css" perm="-rwxr-xr-x"
group="root" owners="-1" user="root"/>
     </content>
-  </hadoop-hbase-doc>
-  <hadoop-hbase-master>
+  </hbase-doc>
+  <hbase-master>
     <metadata>
       <summary>The Hadoop HBase master Server.</summary>
       <description>HMaster is the "master server" for a HBase. There is only one HMaster
for a single HBase deployment.</description>
@@ -11847,24 +11847,24 @@ difficult to manage. Even when done corr
     <deps>
       <tag name="/bin/bash"/>
       <tag name="/bin/sh"/>
-      <hadoop-hbase>/self</hadoop-hbase>
+      <hbase>/self</hbase>
       <redhat-lsb/>
     </deps>
     <services>
-      <hadoop-hbase-master>
+      <hbase-master>
         <runlevel>2</runlevel>
         <runlevel>3</runlevel>
         <runlevel>4</runlevel>
         <runlevel>5</runlevel>
         <oninstall>stop</oninstall>
         <configured>true</configured>
-      </hadoop-hbase-master>
+      </hbase-master>
     </services>
     <content>
-      <file name="/etc/rc.d/init.d/hadoop-hbase-master" perm="-rwxr-xr-x" group="root"
owners="-1" user="root"/>
+      <file name="/etc/rc.d/init.d/hbase-master" perm="-rwxr-xr-x" group="root" owners="-1"
user="root"/>
     </content>
-  </hadoop-hbase-master>
-  <hadoop-hbase-regionserver>
+  </hbase-master>
+  <hbase-regionserver>
     <metadata>
       <summary>The Hadoop HBase RegionServer server.</summary>
       <description>HRegionServer makes a set of HRegions available to clients. It checks
in with the HMaster. There are many HRegionServers in a single HBase deployment.</description>
@@ -11873,24 +11873,24 @@ difficult to manage. Even when done corr
     <deps>
       <tag name="/bin/bash"/>
       <tag name="/bin/sh"/>
-      <hadoop-hbase>/self</hadoop-hbase>
+      <hbase>/self</hbase>
       <redhat-lsb/>
     </deps>
     <services>
-      <hadoop-hbase-regionserver>
+      <hbase-regionserver>
         <runlevel>2</runlevel>
         <runlevel>3</runlevel>
         <runlevel>4</runlevel>
         <runlevel>5</runlevel>
         <oninstall>stop</oninstall>
         <configured>false</configured>
-      </hadoop-hbase-regionserver>
+      </hbase-regionserver>
     </services>
     <content>
-      <file name="/etc/rc.d/init.d/hadoop-hbase-regionserver" perm="-rwxr-xr-x" group="root"
owners="-1" user="root"/>
+      <file name="/etc/rc.d/init.d/hbase-regionserver" perm="-rwxr-xr-x" group="root"
owners="-1" user="root"/>
     </content>
-  </hadoop-hbase-regionserver>
-  <hadoop-hbase-thrift>
+  </hbase-regionserver>
+  <hbase-thrift>
     <metadata>
       <summary>The Hadoop HBase Thrift Interface</summary>
       <description>ThriftServer - this class starts up a Thrift server which implements
the Hbase API specified in the Hbase.thrift IDL file. "Thrift is a software framework for
scalable cross-language services development. It combines a powerful software stack with a
code generation engine to build services that work efficiently and seamlessly between C++,
Java, Python, PHP, and Ruby. Thrift was developed at Facebook, and we are now releasing it
as open source." For additional information, see http://developers.facebook.com/thrift/. Facebook
has announced their intent to migrate Thrift into Apache Incubator.</description>
@@ -11899,23 +11899,23 @@ difficult to manage. Even when done corr
     <deps>
       <tag name="/bin/bash"/>
       <tag name="/bin/sh"/>
-      <hadoop-hbase>/self</hadoop-hbase>
+      <hbase>/self</hbase>
       <redhat-lsb/>
     </deps>
     <services>
-      <hadoop-hbase-thrift>
+      <hbase-thrift>
         <runlevel>2</runlevel>
         <runlevel>3</runlevel>
         <runlevel>4</runlevel>
         <runlevel>5</runlevel>
         <oninstall>stop</oninstall>
         <configured>false</configured>
-      </hadoop-hbase-thrift>
+      </hbase-thrift>
     </services>
     <content>
-      <file name="/etc/rc.d/init.d/hadoop-hbase-thrift" perm="-rwxr-xr-x" group="root"
owners="-1" user="root"/>
+      <file name="/etc/rc.d/init.d/hbase-thrift" perm="-rwxr-xr-x" group="root" owners="-1"
user="root"/>
     </content>
-  </hadoop-hbase-thrift>
+  </hbase-thrift>
   <hadoop>
     <metadata>
       <summary>Hadoop is a software platform for processing vast amounts of data</summary>

Modified: incubator/bigtop/branches/RCs/bigtop-tests/test-artifacts/package/src/main/resources/package_data_zypper.xml
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/incubator/bigtop/branches/RCs/bigtop-tests/test-artifacts/package/src/main/resources/package_data_zypper.xml?rev=1229288&r1=1229287&r2=1229288&view=diff
==============================================================================
--- incubator/bigtop/branches/RCs/bigtop-tests/test-artifacts/package/src/main/resources/package_data_zypper.xml
(original)
+++ incubator/bigtop/branches/RCs/bigtop-tests/test-artifacts/package/src/main/resources/package_data_zypper.xml
Mon Jan  9 18:40:56 2012
@@ -812,7 +812,7 @@ also on potential use cases. Come to the
     <tag name="/usr/sbin/useradd"/>
     <tag name="/sbin/chkconfig"/>
     <tag name="/sbin/service"/>
-    <hadoop-zookeeper>>=3.3.1+10</hadoop-zookeeper>
+    <zookeeper>>=3.3.1+10</zookeeper>
     <hadoop>>=0.20.2+710</hadoop>
     <jre>>=1.6</jre>
     <tag name="/bin/sh"/>
@@ -2345,7 +2345,7 @@ also on potential use cases. Come to the
     <doc  name="/usr/share/man/man1/oozie.1.gz" owners="1" perm="-rw-r--r--" user="root"
group="root"/>
   </content>
 </oozie-client>
-<hadoop-zookeeper>
+<zookeeper>
   <metadata>
     <summary>A high-performance coordination service for distributed applications.</summary>
     <description>ZooKeeper is a centralized service for maintaining configuration information,
@@ -2726,15 +2726,15 @@ difficult to manage. Even when done corr
     </zookeeper>
   </users>
   <alternatives>
-    <hadoop-zookeeper-conf>
+    <zookeeper-conf>
       <status>auto</status>
       <link>/etc/zookeeper</link>
       <value>/etc/zookeeper.dist</value>
       <alt>/etc/zookeeper.dist</alt>
-    </hadoop-zookeeper-conf>
+    </zookeeper-conf>
   </alternatives>
-</hadoop-zookeeper>
-<hadoop-zookeeper-server>
+</zookeeper>
+<zookeeper-server>
   <metadata>
     <!-- license>APL2</license -->
     <!-- arch>universal</arch -->
@@ -2749,23 +2749,23 @@ difficult to manage. Even when done corr
     <!-- provides>zookeeper</provides -->
   </metadata>
   <deps>
-    <hadoop-zookeeper>/self</hadoop-zookeeper>
+    <zookeeper>/self</zookeeper>
     <insserv/>
     <tag name="/bin/sh"/>
     <tag name="/bin/bash"/>
   </deps>
   <services>
-    <hadoop-zookeeper-server>
+    <zookeeper-server>
       <!-- BUG https://jira.cloudera.com/browse/KITCHEN-1095 --><runlevel>3</runlevel><runlevel>4</runlevel><runlevel>5</runlevel>
       <oninstall>stop</oninstall>
       <configured>true</configured>
-    </hadoop-zookeeper-server>
+    </zookeeper-server>
   </services>
   <content>
-    <file name="/etc/rc.d/hadoop-zookeeper-server" owners="1" perm="-rwxr-xr-x" user="root"
group="root"/>
+    <file name="/etc/rc.d/zookeeper-server" owners="1" perm="-rwxr-xr-x" user="root" group="root"/>
   </content>
-</hadoop-zookeeper-server>
-<hadoop-pig>
+</zookeeper-server>
+<pig>
   <metadata>
     <summary>Pig is a platform for analyzing large data sets</summary>
     <description>Pig is a platform for analyzing large data sets that consists of a
high-level language
@@ -6703,8 +6703,8 @@ difficult to manage. Even when done corr
       <alt>/etc/pig/conf.dist</alt>
     </pig>
   </alternatives>
-</hadoop-pig>
-<hadoop-hive>
+</pig>
+<hive>
   <metadata>
     <summary>Hive is a data warehouse infrastructure built on top of Hadoop</summary>
     <description>Hive is a data warehouse infrastructure built on top of Hadoop that
@@ -7063,8 +7063,8 @@ difficult to manage. Even when done corr
       <alt>/etc/hive/conf.dist</alt>
     </hive-conf>
   </alternatives>
-</hadoop-hive>
-<hadoop-hbase>
+</hive>
+<hbase>
   <metadata>
     <summary>HBase is the Hadoop database. Use it when you need random, realtime read/write
access to your Big Data. This project's goal is the hosting of very large tables -- billions
of rows X millions of columns -- atop clusters of commodity hardware.</summary>
     <description>HBase is an open-source, distributed, column-oriented store modeled
after Google' Bigtable: A Distributed Storage System for Structured Data by Chang et al. Just
as Bigtable leverages the distributed data storage provided by the Google File System, HBase
provides Bigtable-like capabilities on top of Hadoop. HBase includes:
@@ -7086,7 +7086,7 @@ difficult to manage. Even when done corr
     <tag name="/usr/sbin/useradd"/>
     <tag name="/sbin/chkconfig"/>
     <tag name="/sbin/service"/>
-    <hadoop-zookeeper>>=3.3.1+8</hadoop-zookeeper>
+    <zookeeper>>=3.3.1+8</zookeeper>
     <hadoop>>=0.20.2+700</hadoop>
     <jre>>=1.6</jre>
     <tag name="/bin/sh"/>
@@ -7251,8 +7251,8 @@ difficult to manage. Even when done corr
       <shell>/sbin/nologin</shell>
     </hbase>
   </users>
-</hadoop-hbase>
-<hadoop-hbase-doc>
+</hbase>
+<hbase-doc>
   <metadata>
     <summary>Hbase Documentation</summary>
     <description>Documentation for Hbase</description>
@@ -9020,76 +9020,76 @@ difficult to manage. Even when done corr
     <doc  name="/usr/share/doc/packages/hbase/wal_splitting.html" owners="1" perm="-rwxr-xr-x"
user="root" group="root"/>
     <doc  name="/usr/share/doc/packages/hbase/wal_tools.html" owners="1" perm="-rwxr-xr-x"
user="root" group="root"/>
   </content>
-</hadoop-hbase-doc>
-<hadoop-hbase-master>
+</hbase-doc>
+<hbase-master>
   <metadata>
     <summary>The Hadoop HBase master Server.</summary>
     <description>HMaster is the "master server" for a HBase. There is only one HMaster
for a single HBase deployment.</description>
     <url>http://hadoop.apache.org/hbase/</url>
   </metadata>
   <deps>
-    <hadoop-hbase>/self</hadoop-hbase>
+    <hbase>/self</hbase>
     <insserv/>
     <tag name="/bin/sh"/>
     <tag name="/bin/bash"/>
   </deps>
   <services>
-    <hadoop-hbase-master>
+    <hbase-master>
        <!-- BUG https://jira.cloudera.com/browse/KITCHEN-1095 --><runlevel>3</runlevel><runlevel>4</runlevel><runlevel>5</runlevel>
        <oninstall>stop</oninstall>
        <configured>true</configured>
-    </hadoop-hbase-master>
+    </hbase-master>
   </services>
   <content>
-    <file name="/etc/rc.d/hadoop-hbase-master" owners="1" perm="-rwxr-xr-x" user="root"
group="root"/>
+    <file name="/etc/rc.d/hbase-master" owners="1" perm="-rwxr-xr-x" user="root" group="root"/>
   </content>
-</hadoop-hbase-master>
-<hadoop-hbase-regionserver>
+</hbase-master>
+<hbase-regionserver>
   <metadata>
     <summary>The Hadoop HBase RegionServer server.</summary>
     <description>HRegionServer makes a set of HRegions available to clients. It checks
in with the HMaster. There are many HRegionServers in a single HBase deployment.</description>
     <url>http://hadoop.apache.org/hbase/</url>
   </metadata>
   <deps>
-    <hadoop-hbase>/self</hadoop-hbase>
+    <hbase>/self</hbase>
     <insserv/>
     <tag name="/bin/sh"/>
     <tag name="/bin/bash"/>
   </deps>
   <services>
-    <hadoop-hbase-regionserver>
+    <hbase-regionserver>
        <!-- BUG https://jira.cloudera.com/browse/KITCHEN-1095 --><runlevel>3</runlevel><runlevel>4</runlevel><runlevel>5</runlevel>
        <oninstall>stop</oninstall>
        <configured>false</configured>
-    </hadoop-hbase-regionserver>
+    </hbase-regionserver>
   </services>
   <content>
-    <file name="/etc/rc.d/hadoop-hbase-regionserver" owners="1" perm="-rwxr-xr-x" user="root"
group="root"/>
+    <file name="/etc/rc.d/hbase-regionserver" owners="1" perm="-rwxr-xr-x" user="root"
group="root"/>
   </content>
-</hadoop-hbase-regionserver>
-<hadoop-hbase-thrift>
+</hbase-regionserver>
+<hbase-thrift>
   <metadata>
     <summary>The Hadoop HBase Thrift Interface</summary>
     <description>ThriftServer - this class starts up a Thrift server which implements
the Hbase API specified in the Hbase.thrift IDL file. "Thrift is a software framework for
scalable cross-language services development. It combines a powerful software stack with a
code generation engine to build services that work efficiently and seamlessly between C++,
Java, Python, PHP, and Ruby. Thrift was developed at Facebook, and we are now releasing it
as open source." For additional information, see http://developers.facebook.com/thrift/. Facebook
has announced their intent to migrate Thrift into Apache Incubator.</description>
     <url>http://hadoop.apache.org/hbase/</url>
   </metadata>
   <deps>
-    <hadoop-hbase>/self</hadoop-hbase>
+    <hbase>/self</hbase>
     <insserv/>
     <tag name="/bin/sh"/>
     <tag name="/bin/bash"/>
   </deps>
   <services>
-    <hadoop-hbase-thrift>
+    <hbase-thrift>
        <!-- BUG https://jira.cloudera.com/browse/KITCHEN-1095 --><runlevel>3</runlevel><runlevel>4</runlevel><runlevel>5</runlevel>
        <oninstall>stop</oninstall>
        <configured>false</configured>
-    </hadoop-hbase-thrift>
+    </hbase-thrift>
   </services>
   <content>
-    <file name="/etc/rc.d/hadoop-hbase-thrift" owners="1" perm="-rwxr-xr-x" user="root"
group="root"/>
+    <file name="/etc/rc.d/hbase-thrift" owners="1" perm="-rwxr-xr-x" user="root" group="root"/>
   </content>
-</hadoop-hbase-thrift>
+</hbase-thrift>
 <hadoop>
   <metadata>
     <summary>Hadoop is a software platform for processing vast amounts of data</summary>

Modified: incubator/bigtop/branches/RCs/bigtop.mk
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/incubator/bigtop/branches/RCs/bigtop.mk?rev=1229288&r1=1229287&r2=1229288&view=diff
==============================================================================
--- incubator/bigtop/branches/RCs/bigtop.mk (original)
+++ incubator/bigtop/branches/RCs/bigtop.mk Mon Jan  9 18:40:56 2012
@@ -23,16 +23,15 @@ HADOOP_PKG_VERSION=1.0.0
 HADOOP_RELEASE_VERSION=1
 HADOOP_TARBALL_DST=$(HADOOP_NAME)-$(HADOOP_BASE_VERSION).tar.gz
 HADOOP_TARBALL_SRC=$(HADOOP_TARBALL_DST)
-#HADOOP_SITE=$(APACHE_MIRROR)/hadoop/common/$(HADOOP_NAME)-$(HADOOP_BASE_VERSION)/
-HADOOP_SITE=http://people.apache.org/~mattf/hadoop-1.0.0-rc3/
+HADOOP_SITE=$(APACHE_MIRROR)/hadoop/common/$(HADOOP_NAME)-$(HADOOP_BASE_VERSION)/
 $(eval $(call PACKAGE,hadoop,HADOOP))
 
 # ZooKeeper
 ZOOKEEPER_NAME=zookeeper
 ZOOKEEPER_RELNOTES_NAME=Apache Zookeeper
-ZOOKEEPER_PKG_NAME=hadoop-zookeeper
-ZOOKEEPER_BASE_VERSION=3.4.1
-ZOOKEEPER_PKG_VERSION=3.4.1
+ZOOKEEPER_PKG_NAME=zookeeper
+ZOOKEEPER_BASE_VERSION=3.4.2
+ZOOKEEPER_PKG_VERSION=3.4.2
 ZOOKEEPER_RELEASE_VERSION=1
 ZOOKEEPER_TARBALL_DST=zookeeper-$(ZOOKEEPER_BASE_VERSION).tar.gz
 ZOOKEEPER_TARBALL_SRC=$(ZOOKEEPER_TARBALL_DST)
@@ -42,14 +41,14 @@ $(eval $(call PACKAGE,zookeeper,ZOOKEEPE
 # HBase
 HBASE_NAME=hbase
 HBASE_RELNOTES_NAME=Apache HBase
-HBASE_PKG_NAME=hadoop-hbase
+HBASE_PKG_NAME=hbase
 HBASE_BASE_VERSION=0.92.0
 HBASE_PKG_VERSION=$(HBASE_BASE_VERSION)
 HBASE_RELEASE_VERSION=1
 HBASE_TARBALL_DST=hbase-$(HBASE_BASE_VERSION).tar.gz
 HBASE_TARBALL_SRC=$(HBASE_TARBALL_DST)
 #HBASE_SITE=$(APACHE_MIRROR)/hbase/hbase-0.90.4/
-HBASE_SITE=http://people.apache.org/~stack/hbase-0.92.0-candidate-1/
+HBASE_SITE=http://people.apache.org/~stack/hbase-0.92.0-candidate-3/
 $(eval $(call PACKAGE,hbase,HBASE))
 
 # Pig
@@ -58,7 +57,7 @@ PIG_PKG_VERSION=$(PIG_BASE_VERSION)
 PIG_RELEASE_VERSION=1
 PIG_NAME=pig
 PIG_RELNOTES_NAME=Apache Pig
-PIG_PKG_NAME=hadoop-pig
+PIG_PKG_NAME=pig
 PIG_TARBALL_DST=pig-$(PIG_BASE_VERSION).tar.gz
 PIG_TARBALL_SRC=$(PIG_TARBALL_DST)
 PIG_SITE=$(APACHE_MIRROR)/pig/pig-$(PIG_BASE_VERSION)/
@@ -67,8 +66,8 @@ $(eval $(call PACKAGE,pig,PIG))
 # Hive
 HIVE_NAME=hive
 HIVE_RELNOTES_NAME=Apache Hive
-HIVE_PKG_NAME=hadoop-hive
-HIVE_BASE_VERSION=0.8.0
+HIVE_PKG_NAME=hive
+HIVE_BASE_VERSION=0.7.1
 HIVE_PKG_VERSION=$(HIVE_BASE_VERSION)
 HIVE_RELEASE_VERSION=1
 HIVE_TARBALL_DST=hive-$(HIVE_BASE_VERSION).tar.gz



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