I am wondering does metadata of Kafka stores producer/consumer information.
As I start any producer,I provide a broker-list to it.But producer must be connecting to one of the broker to send data(as per Im gettiing the things).Similarly I can start more producer by giving a broker-list in the start command.
So a broker must be storing the information about which producer is handshaking with it(as a producer will connect to only one broker at any time).
Same case goes with consumer.
is there any way to find the details about Producer/Consumer from Kafka,if I am right in explaining the above details?
Not really - well, brokers obviously have to maintain these connections from producers but it maintains no additional per-producer state. Same for consumers. For high-level consumers, the consumers themselves maintain state (e.g., registration, partition ownership, offsets) in zookeeper but there is no per-consumer state on the broker (although with KAFKA-1000, we will be moving offset management to the broker).
I don't think we directly maintain that information but it is readily available through standard OS-level tools (e.g., netstat).
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