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 Apache Hadoop ${project.version} incorporates a number of significant
-enhancements over the previous major release line (hadoop-2.x).
-This release is generally available (GA), meaning that it represents a point of
-API stability and quality that we consider production-ready.
+enhancements over the previous major release line (hadoop-3.2).
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 Users are encouraged to read the full set of release notes.
 This page provides an overview of the major changes.
-Minimum required Java version increased from Java 7 to Java 8
+ARM Support
+This is the first release to support ARM architectures.
+Upgrade protobuf from 2.5.0 to something newer
+Protobuf upgraded to 3.7.1 as protobuf-2.5.0 reached EOL.
+Java 11 runtime support
-All Hadoop JARs are now compiled targeting a runtime version of Java 8.
-Users still using Java 7 or below must upgrade to Java 8.
+Java 11 runtime support is completed.
-Support for erasure coding in HDFS
+Support impersonation for AuthenticationFilter
+External services or YARN service may need to call into WebHDFS or YARN REST API on behave of the user using web
+protocols. It would be good to support impersonation mechanism in AuthenticationFilter or similar extensions.
+s3A Enhancements
+Lots of enhancements to the S3A code including Delegation Token support, better handling of 404 caching,
+ S3guard performance, resilience improvements
-Erasure coding is a method for durably storing data with significant space
-savings compared to replication. Standard encodings like Reed-Solomon (10,4)
-have a 1.4x space overhead, compared to the 3x overhead of standard HDFS
+ABFS Enhancements
+Address issues which surface in the field and tune things which need tuning, add more tests where appropriate.
+Improve docs, especially troubleshooting.
-Since erasure coding imposes additional overhead during reconstruction
-and performs mostly remote reads, it has traditionally been used for
-storing colder, less frequently accessed data. Users should consider
-the network and CPU overheads of erasure coding when deploying this
-More details are available in the
-[HDFS Erasure Coding](./hadoop-project-dist/hadoop-hdfs/HDFSErasureCoding.html)
-YARN Timeline Service v.2
-We are introducing an early preview (alpha 2) of a major revision of YARN
-Timeline Service: v.2. YARN Timeline Service v.2 addresses two major
-challenges: improving scalability and reliability of Timeline Service, and
-enhancing usability by introducing flows and aggregation.
-YARN Timeline Service v.2 alpha 2 is provided so that users and developers
-can test it and provide feedback and suggestions for making it a ready
-replacement for Timeline Service v.1.x. It should be used only in a test
-More details are available in the
-[YARN Timeline Service v.2](./hadoop-yarn/hadoop-yarn-site/TimelineServiceV2.html)
-Shell script rewrite
-The Hadoop shell scripts have been rewritten to fix many long-standing
-bugs and include some new features.  While an eye has been kept towards
-compatibility, some changes may break existing installations.
-Incompatible changes are documented in the release notes, with related
-discussion on [HADOOP-9902](https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/HADOOP-9902).
-More details are available in the
-[Unix Shell Guide](./hadoop-project-dist/hadoop-common/UnixShellGuide.html)
-documentation. Power users will also be pleased by the
-[Unix Shell API](./hadoop-project-dist/hadoop-common/UnixShellAPI.html)
-documentation, which describes much of the new functionality, particularly
-related to extensibility.
-Shaded client jars
-The `hadoop-client` Maven artifact available in 2.x releases pulls
-Hadoop's transitive dependencies onto a Hadoop application's classpath.
-This can be problematic if the versions of these transitive dependencies
-conflict with the versions used by the application.
-[HADOOP-11804](https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/HADOOP-11804) adds
-new `hadoop-client-api` and `hadoop-client-runtime` artifacts that
-shade Hadoop's dependencies into a single jar. This avoids leaking
-Hadoop's dependencies onto the application's classpath.
-Support for Opportunistic Containers and Distributed Scheduling.
+HDFS RBF stabilization
-A notion of `ExecutionType` has been introduced, whereby Applications can
-now request for containers with an execution type of `Opportunistic`.
-Containers of this type can be dispatched for execution at an NM even if
-there are no resources available at the moment of scheduling. In such a
-case, these containers will be queued at the NM, waiting for resources to
-be available for it to start. Opportunistic containers are of lower priority
-than the default `Guaranteed` containers and are therefore preempted,
-if needed, to make room for Guaranteed containers. This should
-improve cluster utilization.
+HDFS Router now supports security. Also contains many bug fixes and improvements.
-Opportunistic containers are by default allocated by the central RM, but
-support has also been added to allow opportunistic containers to be
-allocated by a distributed scheduler which is implemented as an
-AMRMProtocol interceptor.
+Support non-volatile storage class memory(SCM) in HDFS cache directives	.
-Please see [documentation](./hadoop-yarn/hadoop-yarn-site/OpportunisticContainers.html)
-for more details.
+Aims to enable storage class memory first in read cache.
+Although storage class memory has non-volatile characteristics, to keep the same behavior as current read only cache,
+we don't use its persistent characteristics currently.
-MapReduce task-level native optimization
-MapReduce has added support for a native implementation of the map output
-collector. For shuffle-intensive jobs, this can lead to a performance
-improvement of 30% or more.
+Application Catalog for YARN applications.
-See the release notes for
-for more detail.
+application catalog system which provides an editorial and search interface for YARN applications.
+This improves usability of YARN for manage the life cycle of applications.
-Support for more than 2 NameNodes.
-The initial implementation of HDFS NameNode high-availability provided
-for a single active NameNode and a single Standby NameNode. By replicating
-edits to a quorum of three JournalNodes, this architecture is able to
-tolerate the failure of any one node in the system.
+Incorporate Tencent Cloud COS File System Implementation
-However, some deployments require higher degrees of fault-tolerance.
-This is enabled by this new feature, which allows users to run multiple
-standby NameNodes. For instance, by configuring three NameNodes and
-five JournalNodes, the cluster is able to tolerate the failure of two
-nodes rather than just one.
+Tencent cloud is top 2 cloud vendors in China market and the object store COS is widely used among China’s cloud users.
+This task implements a COSN filesytem to support Tencent cloud COS natively in Hadoop.
-The [HDFS high-availability documentation](./hadoop-project-dist/hadoop-hdfs/HDFSHighAvailabilityWithQJM.html)
-has been updated with instructions on how to configure more than two
+Scheduling of opportunistic containers
-Default ports of multiple services have been changed.
-Previously, the default ports of multiple Hadoop services were in the
-Linux ephemeral port range (32768-61000). This meant that at startup,
-services would sometimes fail to bind to the port due to a conflict
-with another application.
-These conflicting ports have been moved out of the ephemeral range,
-affecting the NameNode, Secondary NameNode, DataNode, and KMS. Our
-documentation has been updated appropriately, but see the release
-notes for [HDFS-9427](https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/HDFS-9427) and
-for a list of port changes.
-Support for Microsoft Azure Data Lake and Aliyun Object Storage System filesystem connectors
-Hadoop now supports integration with Microsoft Azure Data Lake and
-Aliyun Object Storage System as alternative Hadoop-compatible filesystems.
-Intra-datanode balancer
-A single DataNode manages multiple disks. During normal write operation,
-disks will be filled up evenly. However, adding or replacing disks can
-lead to significant skew within a DataNode. This situation is not handled
-by the existing HDFS balancer, which concerns itself with inter-, not intra-,
-DN skew.
-This situation is handled by the new intra-DataNode balancing
-functionality, which is invoked via the `hdfs diskbalancer` CLI.
-See the disk balancer section in the
-[HDFS Commands Guide](./hadoop-project-dist/hadoop-hdfs/HDFSCommands.html)
-for more information.
-Reworked daemon and task heap management
-A series of changes have been made to heap management for Hadoop daemons
-as well as MapReduce tasks.
-[HADOOP-10950](https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/HADOOP-10950) introduces
-new methods for configuring daemon heap sizes.
-Notably, auto-tuning is now possible based on the memory size of the host,
-and the `HADOOP_HEAPSIZE` variable has been deprecated.
-See the full release notes of HADOOP-10950 for more detail.
-simplifies the configuration of map and reduce task
-heap sizes, so the desired heap size no longer needs to be specified
-in both the task configuration and as a Java option.
-Existing configs that already specify both are not affected by this change.
-See the full release notes of MAPREDUCE-5785 for more details.
-S3Guard: Consistency and Metadata Caching for the S3A filesystem client
-[HADOOP-13345](https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/HADOOP-13345) adds an
-optional feature to the S3A client of Amazon S3 storage: the ability to use
-a DynamoDB table as a fast and consistent store of file and directory
-See [S3Guard](./hadoop-aws/tools/hadoop-aws/s3guard.html) for more details.
-HDFS Router-Based Federation
-HDFS Router-Based Federation adds a RPC routing layer that provides a federated
-view of multiple HDFS namespaces. This is similar to the existing
-[ViewFs](./hadoop-project-dist/hadoop-hdfs/ViewFs.html)) and
-[HDFS Federation](./hadoop-project-dist/hadoop-hdfs/Federation.html)
-functionality, except the mount table is managed on the server-side by the
-routing layer rather than on the client. This simplifies access to a federated
-cluster for existing HDFS clients.
-See [HDFS-10467](https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/HDFS-10467) and the
-HDFS Router-based Federation
-[documentation](./hadoop-project-dist/hadoop-hdfs-rbf/HDFSRouterFederation.html) for
-more details.
-API-based configuration of Capacity Scheduler queue configuration
-The OrgQueue extension to the capacity scheduler provides a programmatic way to
-change configurations by providing a REST API that users can call to modify
-queue configurations. This enables automation of queue configuration management
-by administrators in the queue's `administer_queue` ACL.
-See [YARN-5734](https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/YARN-5734) and the
-[Capacity Scheduler documentation](./hadoop-yarn/hadoop-yarn-site/CapacityScheduler.html) for more information.
-YARN Resource Types
-The YARN resource model has been generalized to support user-defined countable resource types beyond CPU and memory. For instance, the cluster administrator could define resources like GPUs, software licenses, or locally-attached storage. YARN tasks can then be scheduled based on the availability of these resources.
-See [YARN-3926](https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/YARN-3926) and the [YARN resource model documentation](./hadoop-yarn/hadoop-yarn-site/ResourceModel.html) for more information.
+scheduling of opportunistic container through the central RM (YARN-5220), through distributed scheduling (YARN-2877),
+as well as the scheduling of containers based on actual node utilization (YARN-1011) and the container
+promotion/demotion (YARN-5085).
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