Thank you very much sir. great explaination.
0.20.20X is renamed to 1.0. So, 1.0 series is coming with security.
What about 2.0 series? It is with security or without?
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On Sat, Apr 27, 2013 at 3:04 AM, Robert Evans <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> It is kind of complex.
> Up until 0.20 everything was fairly regular like you would expect. In
> 0.20 there was a split where security was added in to a branch and started
> to be numbered as 0.20.20X. But the other releases went on without
> security and became 0.21 and 0.22. 0.23 was created when YARN was
> introduced and it also had security merged in. To be fair 0.22 had
> security in it, but was never officially supported in a release. At about
> this same time the community decided that we needed to do something better
> with number and renamed 0.20.20X to be 1.0 and started releasing more
> versions from this line. This is the current stable line. 0.23 was
> renamed 2.0 and there have been a few releases but the code is still being
> stabilized. To make things even more confusing some people kept 0.23
> alive and stabilized it, so there have been some releases of 0.23 in
> parallel with 2.0. The difference between the two is that 2.0 had HDFS HA
> in it where as 0.23 does not.
> --Bobby Evans
> On 4/26/13 12:39 AM, "Suresh S" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > I was confused with Hadoop versioning.
> >I found that, some people working on version starting with "0".
> >Some others, working on version starting with "2".
> >Also, i was confused with "branch".
> >Which version is really current version.
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