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From Todd Palino <tpal...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Closing connection messages
Date Thu, 17 Sep 2015 22:39:50 GMT
This message is regarding a normal connection close. You see it in the logs
for any connection - consumers, producers, replica fetchers. It can be
particularly noisy because metadata requests often happen on their own

The log message has been moved to debug level in recent commits (it
actually was changed a while back but snuck back in with one of the larger
sets of changes). In general, I'd say you should just ignore it for now.


On Wed, Sep 16, 2015 at 9:55 PM, Rajiv Kurian <rajiv@signalfx.com> wrote:

> My broker logs are full of messages of the following type of log message:
> INFO  [kafka-network-thread-9092-1        ] [kafka.network.Processor
>       ]: Closing socket connection to /some_ip_that_I_know.
> I see at least one every 4-5  seconds. Something I identified was that the
> ip of the closed clients was always from one class of application. This
> application mostly consumes kafka partitions (rarely produces) and it uses
> the SimpleConsumer to consume data, make requests about partition
> leadership (to keep it up to date) and to also make requests about the
> latest offset in a set of partitions (for metrics).
> The data consumption happens with long running consumers, but the one off
> requests like partition leadership requests and offset queries happen with
> short-lived consumers that are closed after a request is served. However
> the volume of closing "Closing socket connection" log messages is higher
> than what I think the rate of these short lived requests should be. My
> guess is that something else is going on.
> Is there a way for me to track what client is exactly having its connection
> closed? Each of my SimpleConsumer clients uses a particular client name
> when connecting to the broker. Is there a way to enable additional logging
> which would give me this data along with the "Closing socket connection"
> message?
> Thanks,
> Rajiv

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