Eric Sites 2013-08-05, 03:07
Eric Sites 2013-08-05, 03:48
Actually, you should just need to restart the failed broker and data should
be replicated to that broker. One thing to check is the state-change log.
Do you see any LeaderAndIsr request when the bad broker is restarted?
On Sun, Aug 4, 2013 at 8:06 PM, Eric Sites <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>wrote:
> How do you recover from a bad Kafka 0.8 server.
> It failed to keep up with the replicated partitions assigned to it about a
> month ago.
> I delete everything in the partitions directories, then created the
> partition folders assigned to it.
> I also recreated the replication-offset-checkpoint file, with topcname
> part 0.
> Then start Kafka back up.
> And nothing... No recovery, just a bunch of empty log and index files.
> It will not recover.
> I have 2 servers like this, thank god I have 6 servers and almost all
> partitions have 3 replicas.
> But I do have a topic that had 1 partition on the servers, now it is
> showing no leader.
> Any help would be great.
> Eric Sites