-Re: VOTE: hbase-0.95.0RC0, the first "Developer Release" release candidate is available for download and vote
+ I pushed up this release to maven repository as SNAPSHOTs. Would be
interested if these published artifacts are useable at all; in particular,
does our new hbase-client 'work' (i.e. does it make it so you can go
against hbase cluster w/o having to put the world of hbase on your
+ I am moving all 0.95.0 issues to 0.95.1 (slowly).
+ Above I call the release a "Developer Release". In the past we referred
to these types of releases as "Development" Series releases. Let us use
the old terminology instead. It is a better description (I added section
on hbase versions to upgrades section in refguide:
Any +1s out there?
On Mon, Apr 1, 2013 at 4:52 PM, Stack <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Here is our first 0.95.0 release candidate. Should we put this out as
> The 0.95.x series of releases are designated "developer releases", a type
> of release we have done in the past -- see the 0.89.x series -- where we
> let out 'raw', barely-tested product so developers and those generally
> interested can get some early exposure to what our next stable release to
> follow 0.94.x will look like. Putting out these 'rough cuts' also helps
> to get the feedback started earlier while the release is still baking.
> These "developer release" come with no guarantees. We make no
> promises that the next release will be compatible with this one or even
> you will be able to preserve data across the update (This is at an extreme,
> and highly unlikely, but could be the case). No work has been done to make
> it so you can migrate from 0.94.x HBase.
> In spite of all the caveats above, we still need to vote. Remember, the
> is intentionally set lower on these "developer releases"; it will have to
> something pretty bad to block this RC going out. There should be a new
> along in a week or two and we can address the offender there.
> The release artifacts may be downloaded from:
> Let the vote run for a short time, say, April 3rd. Take it for a quick
> Over 1500 issues have been closed against 0.95.0. It is tough pulling out
> the highlights but I think most will be interested in big improvements
> in Mean Time To Recovery, a revamped metrics, support for hadoop1 and
> hadoop2.... the list is long. For the full list of issues fixed see:
> All feedback is welcome. We'd be interested in getting feedback on
> everything from the packaging, layout, through documentation, UI, and of
> any bugs found.