GitHub user gesterzhou opened a pull request:

    GEODE-3304: when colocated child bucket is destroyed, it should not i…

    @upthewaterspout @boglesby 
    …mpact its
    parent bucket's creation.
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    This closes #706
commit 53e27cf21f9c4285d2079ccc7f07fb688e097828
Author: zhouxh <>
Date:   2017-08-09T23:55:41Z

    GEODE-3304: when colocated child bucket is destroyed, it should not impact 
    parent bucket's creation.


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