Absolutely not true.
We have a clear policy in place which ensures there is no feature disparity between hadoop-1 and hadoop-2. So, hadoop-2 is a super-set of functionality in hadoop-1 and there is no disparity.
On Jan 18, 2013, at 6:48 AM, Glen Mazza wrote:
> Hi, looking at the derivation of the 0.23.x & 2.0.x branches on one hand, and the 1.x branches on the other, as described here:
> One gets the impression the Hadoop committers are split into two teams, with one team working on 0.23.x/2.0.2 and another team working on 1.x, running the risk of increasingly diverging products eventually competing with each other. Is that the case? Is there expected to be a Hadoop 3.0 where the results of the two lines of development will merge or is it increasingly likely the subteams will continue their separate routes?
> Glen Mazza
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Arun C. Murthy
Glen Mazza 2013-01-18, 17:44