We are pleased to announce the release of Cloudera JDBC 2.6.13 driver for Apache Hive. The release has the following fixes and enhancements: Enhancements and New Features [HIVEJ-566] The driver now supports Apache Hive versions 1.0.0 through 3.1, and CDH versions 5.10 through 5.16 and 6.0 through 6.3. [HIVEJ-604] The driver now supports Java 11. Resolved Issues [HIVEJ-602] The driver logs incorrect socket timeout values. [HIVEJ-637] When the connection is not valid, the driver does not notify the ConnectionEventListener object as expected. Known Issues The following are known issues that you may encounter due to limitations in the data source, the driver, or an application. [HIVEJ-577] The JDBC 4.0 version of the driver fails to connect to servers that require encryption using TLS 1.1 or later. When you attempt to connect to the server, the connection fails and the driver returns an SSL handshake exception. This issue occurs only when you run the driver using Java Runtime Environment (JRE) 6.0. As a workaround, run the driver using JRE 7.0 or 8.0. Workflow Changes See the Release Notes for the full list of upcoming workflow changes that may disrupt the established workflow of the drivers. Getting Started with the Cloudera Driver Read the Cloudera JDBC 2.6.13 driver for Apache Hive Installation Guide . Download the connector from the Cloudera Connectors page. As always, we welcome your feedback. Please send your comments and suggestions to the user group through our community forums. You can also file bugs through our external Jira projects on issues.cloudera.org .
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Announcing Cloudera Enterprise 6.3.4 We are pleased to announce the release of Cloudera Enterprise 6.3.4, the world’s leading data platform for machine learning and analytics, optimized for the cloud. This maintenance release includes important bug fixes and CVE fixes since CDH-6.3.3. Full release documentation is available here including the Cloudera Manager Release Notes and Cloudera Runtime Release Notes. New Features & Capabilities Installation or Upgrade of Cloudera Manager and CDH requires authentication to access downloads Cloudera Express has been discontinued Issues fixed Unsupported features Incompatible changes Timezone Names Unsupported in Impala in CDH 6.3.4 Known issues and limitations What's New in Cloudera Manager 6.3.4 Fixed issues in Cloudera Manager 6.3.4 Known Issues in Cloudera Manager 6.3.4 Important Note About Installation Beginning with Cloudera Manager 6.3.3 and CDH 6.3.3, downloading the software will require a valid Cloudera Enterprise license file and/or a username and password obtained from Cloudera. All Cloudera Manager packages, CDH parcel and CDH package repositories now require authentication with valid credentials to access any version labeled 6.3.3 or higher. If you have a valid Cloudera Enterprise or CDP license key, you can generate the download credentials on the CDH download page. For more information on using these credentials, see the documentation below. Cloudera Installation Guide Cloudera Manager Upgrade Guide CDH Upgrade Guide As always, we value your feedback and remain committed to your success! Please provide any comments and suggestions through our Community Forums.
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