I've reviewed much of the code committed to the branch and have been
running/testing the system for several weeks now with no major issues.
Good on you, Todd.
Aaron T. Myers
Software Engineer, Cloudera
On Sat, May 19, 2012 at 11:57 PM, Todd Lipcon <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hi HDFS developers,
> As I mentioned last week, work has been completed on the HDFS-3042
> branch. This branch has been in progress for a couple months, and
> contains support for a zookeeper-based automatic failover solution.
> Over the course of the past week, I fixed remaining findbugs and test
> issues on the branch, and believe it is ready to merge.
> So, I'd like to propose merging the branch into trunk. Please refer to
> the JIRA for some details on testing already completed against the
> branch. I have also submitted a merge patch to the automatic QA bot on
> the HDFS-3042 JIRA. Based on local results, I anticipate it will come
> back with no failures. Of course, if there are any failures, they will
> be addressed prior to completion of the merge.
> All of the commits in this branch have been developed by me and
> reviewed by other committers and contributors under a
> review-then-commit (RTC) policy. The design has also been extensively
> discussed and reviewed on JIRA, with input especially from Eli, Aaron,
> Suresh, Bikas, Sanjay, Hari, Mingjie, and Uma (thanks, all!)
> My hope is that this can be merged into trunk this week, and then
> later merged into branch-2 for inclusion in a 2.0.x or 2.1.x release.
> Any further issues or improvements with the automatic failover feature
> can be addressed after it is part of the mainline code base.
> Please cast your vote by end of day Wednesday 5/23. Given that there
> was a "heads-up" email a week ago, and the branch itself has changed
> little in the last month, I trust this is enough time for other
> committers to cast an informed vote. We need a minimum of three
> binding +1 votes in addition to my own in order to complete the merge.
> As usual, community members who are not committers should feel free to
> cast non-binding votes to voice their opinions.
> Of course, I am +1.
> Todd Lipcon
> Software Engineer, Cloudera