-[jira] [Commented] (KAFKA-266) Kafka web console
"Guy Doulberg 2013-02-01, 07:45
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Guy Doulberg commented on KAFKA-266:
I am very happy to hear,
I will share you with my code, as soon as I get approval for doing that from my company legal department, I don't think it should be a problem .
> Kafka web console
> Key: KAFKA-266
> URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/KAFKA-266
> Project: Kafka
> Issue Type: New Feature
> Components: contrib
> Reporter: Evan Chan
> Labels: project
> Original Estimate: 672h
> Remaining Estimate: 672h
> This issue is created to track a community-contributed Kafka Web UI.
> Here is an initial list of goals:
> - Be able to easily see which brokers are up
> - Be able to see lists of topics, connected producers, consumer groups, connected consumers
> - Be able to see, for each consumer/partition, its offset, and more importantly, # of bytes unconsumed (== largest offset for partition - current offset)
> - (Wish list) have a graphical view of the offsets
> - (Wish list) be able to clean up consumer state, such as stale claimed partitions
> List of challenges/questions:
> - Which framework? Play! for Scala?
> - Is all the data available from JMX and ZK? Hopefully, watching the files on the filesystem can be avoided....
> - How to handle large numbers of topics, partitions, consumers, etc. efficiently
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"Samir Madhavan 2013-04-30, 09:20