I'm trying to tune the log retention size and have a question.
I have a replication factor of 3 on a cluster of 5 brokers. How many partitions will a broker host? Is there any way to tell? Or do I have to assume that each broker will host all partitions and size accordingly?
Not really, it doesn't say anything about replication. Should I assume that replication follows the same rules? In other words, the maximum number of partitions on a single node is (partitions/brokers * replication factor)? Does the following help?
Yes, on average, each broker will host (total partitions * replication factor) /brokers partitions.
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