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From Sean Busbey <bus...@apache.org>
Subject [ANNOUNCE] Apache HBase 1.4.11 is now available for download.
Date Sat, 26 Oct 2019 03:25:28 GMT
The HBase team is happy to announce the immediate availability of Apache
HBase 1.4.11.

Download from http://hbase.apache.org/downloads

Apache HBase is an open-source, distributed, versioned, non-relational
database. Apache HBase gives you low latency random access to billions of
rows with millions of columns atop non-specialized hardware. To learn more
about HBase, see https://hbase.apache.org/.

HBase 1.4.11 is a maintenance release in HBase's current stable release
line, continuing on the theme of bringing a stable, reliable database to the
Hadoop and NoSQL communities.

All users of previous releases are encouraged to upgrade to this release.

Critical changes include:

* HBASE-22784 Clusters in a cyclical replication topology that only have
              incoming writes from replication never clean out WALs.
* HBASE-23101 replication of bulkloaded files must handle cyclical
              topologies. Includes binary incompatible change to Region
* HBASE-23015 Stop including Jackson libraries in classpaths except when
              needed by the HBase REST Proxy or by Apache Hadoop.
* HBASE-22728, HBASE-23174 update HBase REST Proxy to use Jackson 2 for
              serialization (CVEs).
* HBASE-22627 Recovered WAL directories not getting cleaned up when
              running different WAL and base filesystems.
* HBASE-15666 New utility artifact for testing shaded client:
* HBASE-22874 Define a public interface for Canary and move existing
              implementation to LimitedPrivate

The full list of fixes included in this release is available in the
CHANGES.txt file included in the distribution and at


For instructions on verifying ASF release downloads, please see

Project member signature keys can be found at

Thanks to all the contributors who made this release possible!
Question, comments, and problems are always welcome at: dev@hbase.apache.org

The HBase Dev Team

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