Is that 0.8 specific?
Sorry, I can't find the documentation you mention (there are no references
to the variable maxLag).
I still find more problems in having a dual connection (jmx and zookeeper)
instead of only one (zookeeper).
2013/8/22 Jun Rao <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> Are you trying to monitor the lag in the consumer? If so, you can use the
> maxLag/minFetch JMX described in
> On Thu, Aug 22, 2013 at 7:41 AM, Pablo Barrera González <
> [EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > Hello
> > I am trying to monitor our kafka cluster. For that I use a zookeeper
> > that reads the information of all the consumer and a jmx agent that
> > connects to the brokers. I try to look for discrepancies between the data
> > being produced and the data being consumed.
> > I dislike the idea of using two different connect types (jmx and
> > for this so I wonder why broker does not publish the offset into
> > I don't want the last offset, just and update every X seconds or minutes.
> > Is there any reason for not doing that?
> > Other option is to use only jmx connections but then discovering the
> > consumers is impossible.
> > Thanks
> > Pablo