What's new in Cloudera Runtime 7.1.8

You must be aware of the additional functionalities and improvements to features of components in Cloudera Runtime 7.1.8. Learn how the new features and improvements benefit you.

Upgrade CDH 6 > CDP-7.1.8

You can perform an In-place upgrade from CDH 6 to CDP 7.1.8.

Upgrade CDH 5 > CDP-7.1.8

Cloudera Manager will not allow an upgrade to CDP Private Cloud Base 7.1.8/Cloudera Manager 7.7.1 if Cloudera Manager is managing a CDH 5.x cluster. To upgrade a CDH 5 cluster:

  1. Upgrade Cloudera Manager to version 6.3.4.
  2. Upgrade CDH to version 6.3.4
  3. Upgrade Cloudera Manager to version 7.6.5 or higher.

Upgrade HDP-3.1.5 > CDP-7.1.8

You can perform an In-place upgrade from HDP 3.1.5 to CDP 7.1.8.

Upgrade CDP-7.1.6, 7.1.7. 7.1.7 SP1 > CDP-7.1.8

You can perform an upgrade from CDP 7.1.6, 7.1.7, or 7.1.7 SP1 to CDP 7.1.8.

Rollback CDP-7.1.8 > CDH6

You can roll back an upgrade from CDP Private Cloud Base 7 to CDH 6. The rollback restores your CDH cluster to the state it was in before the upgrade, including Kerberos and TLS/SSL configurations.

Rollback CDP-7.1.8 > CDH5

You can roll back an upgrade from CDP Private Cloud Base 7 to CDH 5. The rollback restores your CDH cluster to the state it was in before the upgrade, including Kerberos and TLS/SSL configurations.

Rollback CDP-7.1.8 > HDP3

You can roll back an upgrade from CDP Private Cloud Base 7.1.8 to HDP 3.1.5.x. The rollback restores your HDP cluster to the state it was in before the upgrade, including Kerberos and TLS/SSL configurations.

Platform Support Enhancements

New OS Versions: CDP Private Cloud Base now supports RHEL 8.6.

New DB Versions: CDP Private Cloud Base now supports Maria DB 10.5, Postgres14, and Oracle RAC.