Will producers also be able to start sending new messages to a replica,
while one broker is taking a long time to startup?
On Mon, May 6, 2013 at 9:31 PM, Jun Rao <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> In 0.8, if you turn on replication, it may not matter too much if a broker
> takes long to start up since data can still be served from the replicas. It
> may be possible to improve this by maintaining a flush checkpoint file on
> disk. We can then use that info to reduce the amount of the data to be
> On Mon, May 6, 2013 at 3:07 PM, Jason Rosenberg <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > Recently, we had an issue where our kafka brokers were shut down hard
> > so did not write out the clean shutdown file). Thus on restart, it went
> > through all logs and ran a recovery on them.
> > Unfortunately, this took a long time (on the order of 30 minutes). We
> > a lot of topics (e.g. ~1000 or so). Is there anyway this can be done
> > quickly, say in parallel?
> > Also, it be done as a background process, so the server can start up and
> > start receiving messages, logs for incoming topics are prioritized in the
> > recovery process, and perhaps messages can still be buffered in memory
> > while the log recovery is happening?
> > It seems onerous to block all activity for 30 minutes while a slow,
> > recovery job happens....
> > Thoughts?
> > Jason