Todd Lipcon 2013-06-25, 04:44
Should we talk about making HDFS operations idempotent in the spirit of
HDFS-4849 and HDFS-4872?
Physical discussions may be more efficient, which can save us jira writing
I can work on a short summary of what was discussed so far, proposed
On Mon, Jun 24, 2013 at 2:48 PM, Suresh Srinivas <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>wrote:
> FYI HDFS committers and developers... This will be participant-driven
> unconference style session.
> So no formal presentations are planned. Some of the things that we could
> discuss are:
> - New features recently added to HDFS such as HA, Snapshots, NFS etc.
> - Other features that we as a community could focus on - such as
> heterogeneous storage/support SSDs, improvements for more realtime
> applications in HDFS.
> If you have other topic in mind, please do bring them up.
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> From: Eric Baldeschwieler <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> Date: Sun, Jun 23, 2013 at 9:32 PM
> Subject: DesignLounge @ HadoopSummit
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> Hi Folks,
> I've integrated the feedback I've gotten on the design lounge. A couple of
> 1) The space will be open both days of the formal summit. Apache
> Committers / contributors are invited to stop by any time and use the space
> to meet / network any time during the show.
> 2) Below I've listed the times that various project members have suggested
> they will be present to talk with others contributors about their project.
> If we get a big showing for any of these slots we'll encourage folks to do
> the unconference thing: Select a set of topics they want to talk about and
> break up into groups to do so.
> 3) This is an experiment. Our goal is to make the summit as useful as
> possible to the folks who build the Apache projects in the Apache Hadoop
> stack. Please let me know how it works for you and ideas for making this
> even more effective.
> Committed times so far, with topic champion (Note - I've adjusted suggested
> times to fit with the program a bit more smoothly):
> 11-1 - Hive - Ashutosh - The stinger initiative and other Hive activities
> 2 - 4 - Security breakout - Kevin Minder - HSSO, Knox, Rhino
> 3 - 4 - Frameworks to run services like HBase on Yarn - Weave, Hoya … -
> Devaraj Das
> 4 - 5 - Accumulo - Billie Rinaldi
> 11-1 - Finishing Yarn - Arun Murthy - Near term improvements needed
> 2 - 4 - HDFS - Suresh & Sanjay
> 4 - 5 - Getting involved in Apache - Billie Rinaldi
> See you all soon!
> PS Please forward to other Apache -dev lists and CC me. Thanks!
> On Jun 11, 2013, at 10:42 AM, Eric Baldeschwieler <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> > Hi Folks,
> > We thought we'd try something new at Hadoop Summit this year to build
> upon two pieces of feedback I've heard a lot this year:
> > • Apache project developers would like to take advantage of the
> Hadoop summit to meet with their peers to on work on specific technical
> details of their projects
> > • That they want to do this during the summit, not before it starts
> or at night. I've been told BoFs and other such traditional formats have
> not historically worked for them, because they end up being about educating
> users about their projects, not actually working with their peers on how to
> make their projects better.
> > So we are creating a space in the summit - marked in the event guide as
> DesignLounge - concurrent with the presentation tracks where Apache Project
> contributors can meet with their peers to plan the future of their project
> or work through various technical issues near and dear to their hearts.
> > We're going to provide white boards and message boards and let folks take
> it from there in an unconference style. We think there will be room for
Todd Lipcon 2013-06-24, 21:50