This is correct. It would be possible to change the server behavior to
avoid the smaller fetch responses but it would be more complex to
implement and there wouldn't be much benefit to this.

You can tell you are at the end of the log because either (1) you get
an empty message set back, or (2) the offset of the last message you
fetched is at the log end offset.


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