-Re: about JDK versions
Sree V 2013-03-11, 23:36
HBase and Hadoop works well in JDK7u11. I know few that are in production.
hadoop eco systems compiled in 6 running in 7.
I compiled in 7u4 and run in 7u4, too. Will post a link, later.
Also, drill works well on my local 7u15.
From: Lisen Mu <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Sent: Monday, March 11, 2013 3:21 AM
Subject: Re: about JDK versions
I have no concern about jdk 7 indeed. Just hopes HBase and Hadoop guys
could get this done sooner, for example,
On Mon, Mar 11, 2013 at 5:54 PM, Philip Haynes <
[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Can't speak to the broader group but I would point out that JDK 6
> is EOL. Furthermore I have been testing the G1GC with RAM footprints up to
> 400 GB
> And it is been performing very well. Apart from not actually having done
> I have no reason to suspect scaling up to 1GB won't be possible.
> I would suggest JDK 1.7 is fine and not to back port.
> On 11/03/13 8:48 PM, "Lisen Mu" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> >I've noticed that current version of drill compiles successfully under jdk
> >7, but not under jdk 6.
> >However, It seems that the hadoop community has not yet announced official
> >"support" for jdk 7:
> >So before diving into further development, It would be very helpful to
> >your opinion and plan about supporting different jdk versions. Will there
> >be a back port to jdk 6?
> >many thanks!