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Re: Will there be a 2.2 patch releases?
the last discussion on this was in november -I presume that's still the plan

On 3 January 2014 04:10, Raymie Stata <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> Nudge, any thoughts?
> On Sun, Dec 29, 2013 at 1:25 AM, Raymie Stata <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> wrote:
> > In discussing YARN-1295 it's become clear that I'm confused about the
> > outcome of the "Next releases" thread.  I had assumed there would be
> > patch releases to 2.2, and indeed one would be coming out early Q1.
> > Is this correct?
> >
> > If so, then things seem a little messed-up right now in 2.2-land.
> > There already is a branch-2.2.1, but there hasn't been a release.  And
> > branch-2.2 has Maven version 2.2.2-SNAPSHOT.  Due to the "2.3 rename"
> > a few weeks ago, it might be that the first patch release for 2.2
> > needs to be 2.2.2.  But if so, notice these lists of fixes for 2.2.1:
> >
> >   https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/YARN/fixforversion/12325667
> >   https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/HDFS/fixforversion/12325666
> >
> > Do these need to have their fix-versions updated?
> >
> >   Raymie
> >
> >
> > P.S. While we're on the subject of point releases, let me check my
> assumptions.
> >
> > I assumed that, for release x.y.z, fixes deemed to be "critical bug
> > fixes" would be put into branch-x.y as a matter of course.  The Maven
> > release-number in branch-x.y would be x.y.(z+1)-SNAPSHOT, and JIRAs
> > (to be) committed to branch-x.y would have x.y.(z+1) as one of their
> > fix-versions.
> >
> > When enough fixes have accumulated to warrant a release, or when a fix
> > comes up that is critical enough to warrant an immediate release, then
> > branch-x-y is branched to branch-x.y.(z+1), and a release is made.
> >
> > (As Hadoop itself moves from x.y to x.(y+1) and then x.(y+2), the
> > threshold for what is considered to be a "critical bug" would
> > naturally start to rise, as the effort of back-porting goes up.)
> >
> > Do I have it right?

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