David Arthur 2013-02-21, 02:32
Neha Narkhede 2013-02-21, 05:13
David Arthur 2013-02-21, 13:04
-Re: Initializing fetch offsets
Colin Blower 2013-02-21, 16:54
In the old protocol description the -1 and -2 values are explicitly
It looks like it had been left out of the new 0.8 docs, however I just
Hopefully the docs are more helpful now. Feel free to ask for further
On 02/21/2013 05:04 AM, David Arthur wrote:
> Yes, I think that section of the protocol guide could be improved.
> Specifically, it would be useful to explain what the " Time" and
> "MaxNumberOfOffsets" parameters are used for, as well documenting these
> two magic numbers (-1 and -2).
> On 2/21/13 12:13 AM, Neha Narkhede wrote:
>> The API that you are looking for is OffsetRequest. If you pass in -2 as the
>> value for Time, it will get you the earliest offset available for that
>> partition. If you pass in -1, it will get you the latest offset.
>> You can find more information about the OffsetRequest and OffsetResponse
>> APIs here -
>> Please let us know if that description can be improved.
>> On Wed, Feb 20, 2013 at 6:31 PM, David Arthur <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>>> Is there currently a way to get the latest offset (or close to the latest)
>>> for a partition? Is this covered by the Offset API, and if so could someone
>>> explain this API a bit?
>>> I'd like to write a consumer that can start from 0 (like unix cat) or
>>> start from the most recent (like unix tail).
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Neha Narkhede 2013-02-21, 20:40