Tzur, that is expected, because the data is committed by the source onto
the channel. Sources and sinks are decoupled, they only interact via the
channel, which buffers the data and serves to mitigate impedance mismatches.
On Thu, Jan 31, 2013 at 2:35 PM, Tzur Turkenitz <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hello all,
> I am running HDP 1.2 and Flume 1.3. I have a flume setup which includes a
> (1) - Load Balancer that uses SpoolDir adapter and sends events to Avro
> (2) - Agents which consume the data using an avro source and writing to
> During testing I noticed that there's a dissonance between the Load
> Balancer and the Consumers...
> When a Load Balancer process a file it marks it as COMPLETED, even if the
> consumer has crashed while writing to HDFS.
> A preferred behavior would be the Load Balancer to wait until the consumer
> commits its transaction and reports it as successful before the file is
> marked as COMPLETED. This does not allow me to verify which files has been
> loaded successfully if an agent has crashed and recovery is in process.
> Have I miss-configured my Agents or this is actually the desired behavior?
> Kind Regards,