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  2. FLINK-5361

Flink shouldn't require Kerberos credentials

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      The behavior since FLINK-3929 has been to fail if Hadoop security is enabled but a Kerberos credential (or delegation token) isn't available. It should proceed with a warning that a credential isn't available.

      For example, say your shell has a HADOOP_CONF_DIR variable that points to a secure Hadoop installation. Say you'd like to use Flink for a completely unrelated reason (not involving Hadoop). The Flink CLI will fail at startup with a message to the effect that a kerberos ticket is needed. A ticket should not be needed in this scenario.

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          1.2.0 via 00193f7e238340cc18c57a44c7e6377432839373
          1.3.0 via fc3a778c0cafe1adc9efbd8796a8bd64122e4ad2

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          StephanEwen Stephan Ewen added a comment - Fixed in 1.2.0 via 00193f7e238340cc18c57a44c7e6377432839373 1.3.0 via fc3a778c0cafe1adc9efbd8796a8bd64122e4ad2

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              eronwright Eron Wright
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              eronwright Eron Wright
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