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From 赖剑清 <laijianq...@tp-link.com.cn>
Subject RE: How to manage Kafka quota configuration with java code?
Date Fri, 12 Oct 2018 09:31:50 GMT

I use kafka, the entity type enum may be different with yours. However, in the DynamicConfigManager.ConfigChangedNotificationHandler
I found that the right format of a config change notification should be as:
{"version": 1, "entity_type": "topic/client", "entity_name": "topic_name/client_id"}

What's more, it do match at the entrance like this:
case Some(mapAnon: Map[_, _]) =>
          val map = mapAnon collect
            { case (k: String, v: Any) => k -> v }
          require(map("version") == 1)

>-----Original Message-----
>From: SJTU胡昊坤 [mailto:geekun94@gmail.com]
>Sent: Thursday, October 11, 2018 11:49 PM
>To: users@kafka.apache.org
>Subject: How to manage Kafka quota configuration with java code?
>Hi community,
>I'm trying to implement quota configuration function in my own kafka portal
>program written in Spring Boot. I found out that there is no API for me to do
>that. So I read the source code and here is my way:
>write {"version":1,"config":{"producer_byte_rate":"1000"}} with path
>"/config/clients/${clientId}" to zookeeper.
>and write config change
>like {"entity_path":"clients/${clientId}","version":2} with path
>"/config/changes/config_change_0000000001" to zookeeper.
>But the quota configuration function didn't work.
>Then I use kafka-configs.sh to get the same result in zookeeper, but the script
>And I'm totally lost...
>Is there anyone can help me please?
>Haokun Hu
>E-mail: geekun94@gmail.com or 18817874087@163.com
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