hi. as subj. states, I'm trying to use kafka-0.8.1.1 with samza (0.7). Initially the work started as a dev. user, e.g. "devuser", and kafka would run as that user, "and it's been good".
Then, during the deployment attempt, we're trying to run kafka under a different user, "kafka". After having that set up, for some reason we get "no leader" problem. That is the topics are "leaderless".
This is consistent either using the lib from java OR the command line tools. Our zookeeper comes from cloudera's hadoop (CDH4 and 5 behave the same way).
But alas, when run as devuser the problem does not happen, so I don't think the problem is zookeeper's version and we did not enable any zookeeper authentication mechanisms.
I thought the communication with both kafka and zookeeper is done via a tcp socket, so as long as the connections occur, and corresponding services can work, there should not be any relation between the username of either consumer, producer or the service. Maybe I'm missing something fundamental, but: Is it supposed to behave like that?
I can provide more "solid" info (like command excerpts, logs, etc. upon request)
Thanks in advance, Max.
Re: username related weirdness with kafka 0.8.1.1 (scala 2.10.1)
in the non-working setup, kafka user had all the permissions for its own directories and log files. I ran normal tests via the command line, as user "kafka" and all worked.
I think my question is: is there any non-AF_INET socket communication between kafka clients and servers ? something like shared memory, or (god forbid) same files access !? On Sun, Jun 15, 2014 at 5:17 PM, Joe Stein <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: [image: cid:[EMAIL PROTECTED]AF20] [image: cid:[EMAIL PROTECTED]AF20]
None. What client(s) are you using? Maybe send more logs along for the error and other info about the setup. If you revert back does everything work? On Jun 15, 2014 10:33 AM, "Max Kovgan" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
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