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From James Turton <dz...@apache.org>
Subject New Docker images published automatically
Date Mon, 20 Sep 2021 11:27:01 GMT
Hi all

If you browse to https://hub.docker.com/r/apache/drill/tags, you'll see 
that we've just started publishing the following new Docker images based 
on snapshots of Drill master.

apache/drill:master-openjdk-8 (=master) snapshot of master running on 
the openjdk:8 base image
apache/drill:master-openjdk-11          snapshot of master running on 
the latest supported LTS OpenJDK base image
apache/drill:master-openjdk-14          snapshot of master running on 
the latest supported OpenJDK base image

The latest *released* version of Drill, which remains recommended for 
production deployments, is still

apache/drill:latest                     latest release running on the

openjdk:8 base image

Starting from the *next* release (1.20) we will also publish

apache/drill:latest-openjdk-8 (=latest) latest release running on the 
openjdk:8 base image
apache/drill:latest-openjdk-11          latest release running on the 
latest supported LTS OpenJDK base image
apache/drill:latest-openjdk-14          latest release running on the 
latest supported OpenJDK base image

each of which will also be tagged by Drill version, so following tags 
will be identical to those in the preceding paragraph

apache/drill:1.20.0-openjdk-8 (=latest) latest release running on the 
openjdk:8 base image
apache/drill:1.20.0-openjdk-11          latest release running on the 
latest supported LTS OpenJDK base image
apache/drill:1.20.0-openjdk-14          latest release running on the 
latest supported OpenJDK base image

Coming back to what's different *today*, the short of it is that you 
have containerised snapshots of master for testing unreleased code or 
newer JDK images.

Regards
James

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