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From duhengfore...@apache.org
Subject [rocketmq] branch develop updated: [RIP-9] Polish Operations_Trace.md
Date Thu, 07 Mar 2019 13:41:20 GMT
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The following commit(s) were added to refs/heads/develop by this push:
     new da32267  [RIP-9] Polish Operations_Trace.md
     new 34eefee  Merge pull request #1004 from liyangbing/develop
da32267 is described below

commit da32267b30e1d36cb043b58398ff93a05f2d2079
Author: liyangbing <liyangbing@meicai.cn>
AuthorDate: Sun Mar 3 16:12:12 2019 +0800

    [RIP-9] Polish Operations_Trace.md
---
 docs/en/Operations_Trace.md | 10 ++++------
 1 file changed, 4 insertions(+), 6 deletions(-)

diff --git a/docs/en/Operations_Trace.md b/docs/en/Operations_Trace.md
index b6c5d45..5b90cf9 100644
--- a/docs/en/Operations_Trace.md
+++ b/docs/en/Operations_Trace.md
@@ -1,10 +1,8 @@
 # Message Trace
 
-## Introduction
-
 This document focuses on how to quickly deploy and use RocketMQ clusters that support message
trace features
 
-## 1. Key Attributes of Message Trace Data
+## 1 Key Attributes of Message Trace Data
 
 | Producer        | Consumer        | Broker     |
 | ---------------- | ----------------- | ------------ |
@@ -13,7 +11,7 @@ This document focuses on how to quickly deploy and use RocketMQ clusters
that su
 | whether the message was sent successfully | Whether the message was successfully consumed
 | The Key of the message  |
 | Time spent sending         | Time spent consuming         | Tag of the message  |
 
-## 2. Support for Message Trace Cluster Deployment
+## 2 Support for Message Trace Cluster Deployment
 
 ### 2.1 Broker Configuration Fille
 
@@ -46,7 +44,7 @@ For scenarios with large amount of trace message data , one of the Broker
nodes
 ### 2.4 Start the Broker that Starts the MessageTrace
 `nohup sh mqbroker -c ../conf/2m-noslave/broker-a.properties &`
 
-## 3. Save the Topic Definition of Message Trace 
+## 3 Save the Topic Definition of Message Trace 
 RocketMQ's message trace feature supports two ways to store trace data:
 
 ### 3.1 System-level TraceTopic
@@ -55,7 +53,7 @@ By default, message track data is stored in the system-level TraceTopic(names:
 ### 3.2 Custom TraceTopic 
 If the user is not prepared to store the message track data in the system-level default TraceTopic,
you can also define and create a user-level Topic to save the track (that is, to create a
regular Topic to save the message track data)。The following section introduces how the Client
interface supports the user-defined TraceTopic.
 
-## 4. Client Practices that Support Message Trace
+## 4 Client Practices that Support Message Trace
 In order to reduce as much as possible the transformation work of RocketMQ message trace
feature used in the user service system, the author added a switch parameter (**enableMsgTrace**)
to the original interface in the design to realize whether the message trace is opened or
not.
 
 ### 4.1 Opening  the Message Trace when Sending  the Message


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