Apache Flume 1.3.1 发布了，详细改进内容有：
- [FLUME-1761] – FileChannel can NPE when log metadata file is empty
- [FLUME-1763] – FileChannel Checkpoints should not be done without free space
- [FLUME-1773] – File Channel worker thread should not be daemon
- [FLUME-1774] – EventBackingStoreFactory error message asks user to delete checkpoint which is now done automatically
- [FLUME-1775] – FileChannel Log Background worker should catch Throwable
- [FLUME-1788] – Flume Thrift source can fail intermittently because of a race condition in Thrift server implementation on some Linux systems
- [FLUME-1789] – Unit tests TestJCEFileKeyProvider and TestFileChannelEncryption fail with IBM JDK and flume-1.3.0
- [FLUME-1795] – Flume thrift legacy source does not have proper logging configured
- [FLUME-1571] – Channels should check for positive capacity and transaction capacity values
- [FLUME-1699] – Make the rename of the meta file platform neutral
- [FLUME-1762] – File Channel should recover automatically if the checkpoint is incomplete or bad by deleting the contents of the checkpoint directory
- [FLUME-1790] – Commands in EncryptionTestUtils comments require high encryption pack to be installed
- [FLUME-1794] – FileChannel check for full disks in the background
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