Aniket Bhatnagar 2013-09-23, 14:52
Neha Narkhede 2013-09-23, 16:08
Andrew Otto 2013-09-23, 15:04
Aniket Bhatnagar 2013-09-24, 06:43
Neha Narkhede 2013-09-24, 13:31
Aniket Bhatnagar 2013-09-24, 13:48
-Re: How far off is branch 0.8 to -0.8.0-beta1-candidate1? Is branch 0.8 stable enough to be used in production?
Looking at the archive more closely, I understand the confusion now. It
seems that the question got sent twice by me. My apologies. Didn't intend
to spam the mailbox.
On 24 September 2013 19:18, Aniket Bhatnagar <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>wrote:
> Agreed that it has been partially discussed in the thread "[jira]
> [Updated] (KAFKA-1046) Added support for Scala 2.10 builds while
> maintaining compatibility with 2.8.x" with the discussion being that it's
> not a good idea to apply the same path to 0.8-beta1-candidate branch.
> However, I am more looking for advice on how stable the 0.8 branch is to be
> fit for deployment in production.
> On 24 September 2013 18:55, Neha Narkhede <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>> This was discussed before -
>> On Sep 23, 2013 11:43 PM, "Aniket Bhatnagar" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
>> > We are looking to adopt Kafka for our in stream processing use case.
>> One of
>> > the issue seems to be that we use scala 2.10.2 however the the 0.8 Beta1
>> > release does not seem to support scala 2.10.x. As a result, we are not
>> > to use Kafka Scala client. I was wondering if we can use branch 0.8
>> > seems to have the patch KAFKA-1046 incorporated. But I am not sure, if
>> > branch 0.8 is considered stable enough for production usage. I tried to
>> > a diff of branches 0.8 and -0.8.0-beta1-candidate1 and there seems to
>> be a
>> > lot of changes between the branches (about 193 different files). Any
>> > insight on this would be very helpful.
>> > Also, the other option is to build client jar (essentially core jar)
>> > 0.8 branch and deploy 0.8 Beta1 release on server. Is that recommended?