Per community decision last week of moving to more frequent releases, I'm extremely proud to propose our first Apache Drill monthly release: version 0.4.0-incubating. This is a point release that includes a large set of contributions from a variety of contributors and 800 JIRAs closed .
It has been a while so hopefully my artifacts are in order. Let's get this release wrapped up in short order and get focused on the next monthly release as we drive towards an end user beta. You can find the release artifacts hosted at . Please download and try them out and cast your vote.
As always, vote will be open for 72 hours, ending 11:59pm Pacific, August 2, 2014.
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Please make sure to download and try the tarballs out before you +1. While I know one can download and get Drill up in running in only two minutes, I'd be impressed if you did it in under six minutes after seeing my email :)
On Wed, Jul 30, 2014 at 11:49 PM, Michael Hausenblas < [EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
Downloaded the binary on linux and ran a simple json query and it worked. Tried to build the source but the all the hbase storage plugin tests failed as I don't have HBase installed. Wonder if there is some way we can do a validation test?
Otherwise everything else looks ok so far. +1
On Wed, Jul 30, 2014 at 11:53 PM, Jacques Nadeau <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
*2. Verified checksums (both md5 and sha1) of both source and binary packages.*
$ sha1sum apache-drill-0.4.0-incubating.tar.gz
*3. Verified that the source and binary tarballs extract to different folders.*
*4. Verified that the source tarball contains installation instruction 'INSTALL.md' (albeit talks about building from github clone, all other instruction applies).* *5. Did a full build from the extracted sources following the instructions in the the install file. *
+ RAT report was clean.
+ All unit test passed (please ensure that the full path of the folder where you extract the source tarball is less than 30 characters or you may encounter unit test failure with following or similar message)
*- The build failed while generating the binary tarball (DRILL-1234) * *6. Following the instructions in the install file, verified that Drill can be launched in the embedded mode and example queries can be executed.*
Here it is again, only more improved with DRILL-1234 included. Please find attached the new version 0.4.0-incubating. As before, this is a point release that includes a large set of contributions from a variety of contributors and now includes 801 JIRAs closed .
You can find the release artifacts hosted at . Please download and try them out and cast your vote.
Vote will be open for 72 hours, ending 8:15am Pacific, August 3, 2014.
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noted these doc issues in the above: * state that Oracle Java is required. I used OpenJDK without trouble. * mention MapR specifically (/opt/mapr) which is probably not appropriate * talks about editing drill-override in a way that I found very unclear. It’s not clear what is supposed to be edited. Of course I know what to edit so I did that. :^) * say you need to specify the ZK information. That doesn’t seem to be true since the drillbit reads the drill conf file as far as I can tell. * mention specifying a userid & password when starting sqlline which has no meaning at this point * the sample query doc assumes a relative path for the parquet queries (`apache-drill-0.4.0-incubating/sample-data/region.parquet`) which depends on where you installed Drill. Absolute paths work fine.
I ran various additional simple queries chosen at random against the sample data. No significant issues found.
I also observed this minor item running various queries:
* I note that the sqlline client starts and indicates its version (1.1.6) rather than the Drill version which could be confusing to end users Minor things but nothing serious in my mind, hence +1.
TLDR: My general impression is that this is a nice clean release. I got the binary release working (in local mode) quickly. Missing README was a bit frustrating. Someone should make sure that the copyright year is OK, and also make sure that the GPG warning is acceptable.
Ran queries with json files, Hive and HBase on MapR sandbox and tried using different cluster id settings to connect. Looks good. Also verify that DRILL-1228 tableau returns null values for dimensions are resolved On Fri, Aug 1, 2014 at 4:03 PM, Ramana Inukonda <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
Congratulations everyone. On Sun, Aug 3, 2014 at 8:16 AM, Jacques Nadeau <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
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