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Supporting cross-project Jenkins builds
Currently Jenkins QA builds don't support cross-project patches, since
they try to apply them to the hadoop-{common,hdfs,mapreduce}-project
tree, and reject any patches that are not strictly confined to that
tree. For changes that span projects (e.g. moving code from HDFS or MR
to Common, or build system changes) developers have to run test-patch
and tests manually, which is cumbersome.

I'd like to propose that we change the Common Jenkins build so that it
runs from the top-level
(http://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/hadoop/common/trunk). The HDFS and
MapReduce builds would be unchanged. This would have two implications:
i) all patches would have to be rooted at the top-level, and ii) the
unit tests for all projects would be run for Common changes.

I think i) is reasonable (and most patches are like this now) - and
it's easy to regenerate a patch that is rooted at the wrong level. For
ii), running all tests for a change in Common is probably a good thing
to do in general.

Thoughts?

Tom