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From Jeff Widman <j...@netskope.com>
Subject Fwd: [jira] [Commented] (KAFKA-1207) Launch Kafka from within Apache Mesos
Date Wed, 18 Jan 2017 07:06:30 GMT
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> Launch Kafka from within Apache Mesos
> -------------------------------------
>                 Key: KAFKA-1207
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/KAFKA-1207
>             Project: Kafka
>          Issue Type: Bug
>            Reporter: Joe Stein
>              Labels: mesos
>         Attachments: KAFKA-1207_2014-01-19_00:04:58.patch,
KAFKA-1207_2014-01-19_00:48:49.patch, KAFKA-1207.patch
> There are a few components to this.
> 1) The Framework:  This is going to be responsible for starting up and
managing the fail over of brokers within the mesos cluster.  This will have
to get some Kafka focused paramaters for launching new replica brokers,
moving topics and partitions around based on what is happening in the grid
through time.
> 2) The Scheduler: This is what is going to ask for resources for Kafka
brokers (new ones, replacement ones, commissioned ones) and other
operations such as stopping tasks (decommissioning brokers).  I think this
should also expose a user interface (or at least a rest api) for producers
and consumers so we can have producers and consumers run inside of the
mesos cluster if folks want (just add the jar)
> 3) The Executor : This is the task launcher.  It launches tasks kills
them off.
> 4) Sharing data between Scheduler and Executor: I looked at the a few
implementations of this.  I like parts of the Storm implementation but
think using the environment variable
is the best shot.  We can have a command line
that would build the contrib project if not already built and support
conf/server.properties to start.
> The Framework and operating Scheduler would run in on an administrative
node.  I am probably going to hook Apache Curator into it so it can do it's
own failure to a another follower.  Running more than 2 should be
sufficient as long as it can bring back it's state (e.g. from zk).  I think
we can add this in after once everything is working.
> Additional detail can be found on the Wiki page https://cwiki.apache.org/

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