-Re: The combinatorial problem of testing hadoop ecosystem tools
Sean Mackrory 2013-06-10, 18:20
Welcome to the community! You may be interested in the JIRA BIGTOP-848. One
of the purposes of that effort is to make it possible to build and package
"trunk" from the upstream projects, so that integration issues can be found
without having to wait for a release. Being able to build from an arbitrary
commit would also be a step towards what you are describing, but only if
the project has not changed dramatically from the version currently
supported by Bigtop. Trying to build Hadoop 1.x.x with the current 2.0.x
packaging code, for example, would not work at all - and it would require
substantial work to make the packaging code so backwards compatible.
On Mon, Jun 10, 2013 at 11:10 AM, Jay Vyas <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hi again big top !
> It would be nice if one could to specify certain distribution components
> (for example, hbase 0.94.7, with hadoop 1.x.x , etc...) in my BigTop
> deployments to test matrices of interoperable components).
> As we all know, its common for different people to run different versions
> of ecosystem components without integrating them. For example, maybe
> someone will have an old version of HIVE running on a new
> Is this commonly done or has anyone worked on the combinatorial ecosystem
> match up testing problem in BigTop ? It seems like it might be tricky to
> select and deal with the fact that ecosystem tools are constantly being
> upgraded at different rates.
> Jay Vyas