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Re: Which hadoop version shoul I install in a production environment
0.23 is also somewhat of an Alpha/Beta quality and I would not want to run
it in production just yet.  0.23 was renamed 2.0 and development work has
continued on both lines.  New features have been going into 2.0 and 0.23
has been left only for stabilization.  Hopefully we will have 0.23.3 to
the point that I feel comfortable calling a release vote on it soon, but
not quite yet.

--Bobby Evans

On 7/3/12 3:19 PM, "Pablo Musa" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

>Hi guys,
>I am sorry to bother you, but I have a cluster already configured and
>with the following packages (cdh3):
>hadoop-0.20.noarch      0.20.2+923.256-1
>hadoop-hbase.noarch     0.90.6+84.29-1
>hadoop-zookeeper.noarch 3.3.5+19.1-1
>I having trouble with HBase regionserver that crashes (2-3 nodes per day)
>an 8 nodes cluster. I thought it was the GC problem, but I did the fix
>and they
>still crash.
>I was wondering if updating the whole system (hadoop + hbase + zookeeperr
>+ mapred)
>would fix my problems. Besides there are a lot of fixes and features
>since 0.20.
>Searching around I found all the different versions realeased and opted
>by the
>0.23-cdh4. Applied this new version to an old cdh3 dev environment 2
>months ago.
>Started doing other stuff and came back to finally try it into production.
>Unfortunately, cdh4 is moved to 2.0 and I could not find the 0.23 packages
>anymore. Besides, the 2.0 realease is in alpha version and thus not ready
>Even worse, there is no 0.23 release in hadoop site:
>I read a few links, such as:
>and could not reach to a conclusion for a very simple question:
>Which is the latest stable hadoop version to install in a production
>environment with package manager support?
>Do you guys suggest any other manager than cdh?
>Sorry for the bad english and thanks for the help ;)