OK, it depends. What that tells you is that offset 0 is available,
since those files are named after the very first offset available in
the file. However, we cannot be sure if 562949953452239 is there. It's
kind of a large number so I doubt it, but you never know. What size is
that file?

If you haven't read the Kafka design doc, you *should*. It is well
written, and will explain what these files mean.



On Wed, Mar 13, 2013 at 2:53 PM, Christopher Alexander

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