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commit 1fb36dcc5a0099f147cd01bd82cd7b4f0aec2256
Author: Andrei Sekretenko <>
AuthorDate: Mon May 18 16:08:23 2020 +0200

    Added missing documentation for upgrade to 1.10.x.
 docs/ | 29 +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
 1 file changed, 29 insertions(+)

diff --git a/docs/ b/docs/
index a733929..79a6c70 100644
--- a/docs/
+++ b/docs/
@@ -66,11 +66,14 @@ We categorize the changes as follows:
   <td style="word-wrap: break-word; overflow-wrap: break-word;"><!--Module 
     <ul style="padding-left:10px;">
+      <li>C <a href="#1-10-x-synchronous-authorization">Authorizers must 
support synchronous authorization.</a></li>
+      <li>AC <a href="#1-10-x-allocator-module-changes">Resource consumption 
is exposed to allocators.</a></li>
   <td style="word-wrap: break-word; overflow-wrap: 
     <ul style="padding-left:10px;">
+      <li>D <a href="#1-10-x-tasks-pending-authoirization-deprecated">v1 
GetTasks pending_tasks</a></li>
@@ -568,6 +571,32 @@ We categorize the changes as follows:
 * The Mesos agent now requires the new `TASK_RESOURCE_LIMITS` feature. This 
capability is set by default, but if the `--agent_features` flag is specified 
explicitly, `TASK_RESOURCE_LIMITS` must be included.
+<a name="1-10-x-synchronous-authorization"></a>
+* Authorizers now must implement a method `getApprover(...)` (see the
+  [authorization documentation](
+  and [MESOS-10056](
+  that returns `ObjectApprover`s that are valid throughout their whole 
+  Keeping the state of an `ObjectApprover` up-to-date becomes a responsibility
+  of the authorizer. This is a **breaking change** for authorizer modules.
+<a name="1-10-x-tasks-pending-authoirization-deprecated"></a>
+* The field `pending_tasks` in `GetTasks` master API call has been deprecated.
+  From now on, this field will be empty. Moreover, the notion of
+  *tasks pending authorization* no longer exists
+  (see [MESOS-10056](
+<a name="1-10-x-allocator-module-changes"></a>
+* Allocator interface has been changed to supply allocator with information on
+  resources actually consumed by frameworks. A method
+  `transitionOfferedToAllocated(...)` has been added and the signature of
+  `recoverResources(...)` has been extended. Note that allocators must 
+  these new/extended method signatures, but are free to ignore resource
+  consumption data provided by master.
 ## Upgrading from 1.8.x to 1.9.x ##
 <a name="1-9-x-automatic-agent-draining"></a>

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