From the roadmap they published it looks like pipelining as part of the
client rewrite is happening post 0.8.
On Thu, Dec 5, 2013 at 3:52 PM, Tom Brown <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> In our environment we use currently use Kafka 0.7.1.
> The core features I am looking for in a client are this:
> 1. Provide confirmation of produce requests (or notification of
> disconnection during requests).
> 2. Uses asynchronous IO so that:
> A. Multiple ops can be queued/in-flight at once.
> B. Fetch #2 can be in-flight while fetch #1 is being processed (without
> requiring an extra thread per consumer)
> 3. Allow precise control of offsets (like the SimpleConsumer).
> I have been working on a version of the Kafka client that meets those
> requirements. However, I recall hearing talk of rewriting the client. Did
> this happen as part of 0.8.x? If so, how different is it from the 0.7.x
> clients, and how well would it support the requirements listed above?
> Thanks in advance!