Jason Huang 2013-02-19, 11:28
Swapnil Ghike 2013-02-19, 11:51
Swapnil Ghike 2013-02-19, 11:54
Jason Huang 2013-02-19, 12:06
Although messages are always written to the log segment file, they
initially are only in the file system's pagecache. As Swapnil mentioned
earlier, messages are flushed to disk periodically. If you do a clean
shutdown (kill -15), we close all log file, which should flush all dirty
data to disk. If you do a hard kill or your machine just crashed, the
unflushed data may be lost. The data that you saw in the .log file can be
just in the pagecache.
On Tue, Feb 19, 2013 at 4:05 AM, Jason Huang <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Thanks for response.
> My confusion is that - once I see the message content in the .log
> file, doesn't that mean the message has already been flushed to the
> hard drive? Why would those messages still get lost if someone
> manually kill the process (or if the server crashes unexpectedly)?
> On Tue, Feb 19, 2013 at 6:53 AM, Swapnil Ghike <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> > Correction - The flush happens based on *number of messages* and time
> > limits, whichever is hit first.
> > On 2/19/13 3:50 AM, "Swapnil Ghike" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> >>The flush happens based on size and time limits,
> >>whichever is hit first.
Jay Kreps 2013-02-19, 18:00
Jason Huang 2013-02-20, 04:03
Jay Kreps 2013-02-20, 04:28
Jason Huang 2013-02-20, 07:06