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From "MTG dev" <>
Subject Re: bigtop-0.4.0-incubating/repos?
Date Fri, 24 Aug 2012 06:13:58 GMT


   we at Magna Tempus Group are working on essentially Bigtop
distribution of

   Hadoop-based data analytics stack. The packages for Fedora
and Ubuntu are

   available from our repository here

   platforms and components are coming in the near future.

   I was wondering if the artifacts you have published are an
Apache only

   release or other vendors can share their distributions as
well using the

   same entry point? We keep supporting 1.x line of Hadoop and
it might be

   useful for people who are using this version and plan to stay
on in for

   some time.

   Please let me know how we can help to share our artifacts
with the rest of

   the community using links from the dist.

   With regards,

On Thu, August 23, 2012 2:59 pm, Roman
Shaposhnik wrote:

> Hi Daithi!


> On Wed, Aug 22, 2012 at 6:29 AM, Daithi O Crualaoich

> <> wrote:

>> Hello,


>> I got caught when the link at

>> was moved.


> Yes we did push the Bigtop 0.4.0 out a couple of weeks ago.

> Bigtop 0.4.0 is a the first release of bigtop to be built on top

> of next generation Hadoop platform (Hadoop 2.0 codeline)

> so depending on your needs you might want to either stay

> with Bigtop 0.3.0 (which is still in place) or embrace the future

> of YARN ;-)


>> There is a


>> but no



>> I had a look at using


>> instead but the packages are not signed.


> There was a discussion a couple of month ago that made us

> publishing binary convenience artifacts on the Apache

> Bigtop 0.4.0 is the first release where we only put the source code

> (just

> like any Apache project should). Anybody can build the convenience

> artifacts

> from the sources or if they so prefer they can use the artifacts
hosted on

> the same bigtop01 infrastructure.


> I've just pushed the signed repos out and the list/repo pointer files

> be

> grabbed from their usual place:


> (or from your local mirror once that is updated).


> Either way you want to consume the artifacts -- please let us know

> experience with Bigtop 0.4.0!


> Thanks,

> Roman.


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