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Create a producer for my_topic.
from yelp_kafka import discovery from yelp_kafka.config import ClusterConfig from yelp_kafka.producer import YelpKafkaSimpleProducer from kafka import KafkaClient from kafka.common import ConsumerTimeout from kafka.common import FailedPayloadsError from kafka.common import KafkaUnavailableError from kafka.common import LeaderNotAvailableError from kafka.common import NotLeaderForPartitionError from kafka.common import UnknownTopicOrPartitionError # Cluster configuration cluster_config = ClusterConfig( type="service", name="cluster", broker_list=["cluster-elb-1:9092"], zookeeper="184.108.40.206:2181,220.127.116.11:2181,18.104.22.168:2181/kafka-1", ) # Create a kafka Client client = KafkaClient(cluster_config.broker_list, client_id='my-client-id') # Create the producer and send 2 messages producer = YelpKafkaSimpleProducer( client=client, cluster_config=cluster_config, report_metrics=True, ) try: producer.send_messages("my_topic", "message1", "message2") except ( FailedPayloadsError, KafkaUnavailableError, LeaderNotAvailableError, NotLeaderForPartitionError, UnknownTopicOrPartitionError, ): # Usually we want to retry a certain number of times when encountering these exceptions pass
This example makes use of the YelpKafkaSimpleProducer from yelp_kafka.
client_id identifies the client connection in Kafka and it is used by Kafka 0.9.0 to enforce quota limit per client. We recommend to use a client_id that represents the application.
In the example there are some exceptions that usually should be safe to just retry.
KafkaUnavailableError can happen when the metadata request to Kafka fails, this request is broker unaware so a simple retry would pick another broker of the cluster and possibly succeed.
LeaderNotAvailableError and NotLeaderForPartitionError may happen during a cluster rolling restart or upon broker failure. In this case a new leader will be elected, kafka-python by default refreshes the metadata when encountering these errors, thus upon retry it would hopefully use a new leader and succeed. However, Kafka doesn't give us any guarantee on how quickly a new leader will be elected. We measured that for small clusters the elections happens in the order of hundreds of ms but for large clusters it can take up to several seconds. Usually an application should retry for a limited amount of time and then consider the request failed and react accordingly.
Finally, FailedPayloadsError may happen in many cases, for example when a leader is missing or the connection fails in the middle of a request. Metadata is automatically refreshed for this exception as well.
from yelp_kafka import discovery from yelp_kafka.consumer_group import KafkaConsumerGroup from yelp_kafka.config import ClusterConfig from yelp_kafka.config import KafkaConsumerConfig from yelp_kafka.error import PartitionerError from kafka.common import ConsumerTimeout from kafka.common import FailedPayloadsError from kafka.common import KafkaUnavailableError from kafka.common import LeaderNotAvailableError from kafka.common import NotLeaderForPartitionError # Cluster configuration cluster_config = ClusterConfig( type="service", name="cluster", broker_list=["cluster-elb-1:9092"], zookeeper="22.214.171.124:2181,126.96.36.199:2181,188.8.131.52:2181/kafka-1", ) config = KafkaConsumerConfig( 'my_group_id', cluster_config, auto_offset_reset='smallest', auto_commit_interval_ms=60000, # By default 60 seconds auto_commit_interval_messages=100, # By default 100 messages consumer_timeout_ms=100, # By default 100 ms ) consumer = KafkaConsumerGroup(['my_topic'], config) def consume_messages(consumer): while True: try: message = consumer.next() print message.value consumer.task_done(message) # If auto_commit is disabled in KafkaConsumerGroup, then you must call # consumer.commit() yourself. # # auto_commit is enabled by default, so here we are implicitly # letting KafkaConsumerGroup decide when to inform Kafka of our # completed messages. except ConsumerTimeout: # Applications usually just ignore the ConsumerTimeout # exception or check a termination flag. pass except (FailedPayloadsError, KafkaUnavailableError, LeaderNotAvailableError, NotLeaderForPartitionError): # See producer example above, usually these exceptions should be retried while True: try: with consumer: consume_messages(consumer) except PartitionerError: # In this case we can't just retry, because the connection to zookeeper is lost. # We can either fail the application or re-initialize the consumer connection as # done in this example. pass
See producer_example above for more information about the exceptions to retry. The group_id should represent the application/service the consumer belongs to.
Note: When bootstrapping a new consumer group it is usually recommended to set
auto_offset_reset to largest.
It assures that a huge amount of past messages are not consumed the first time a consumer is launched.
auto_offset_reset should be set to smallest immediately after the first run (after the offsets are committed for the first time).
auto_offset_reset is set to smallest no messages are lost when adding new partitions.
Create a consumer for all topics ending with mytopic:
from yelp_kafka import discovery from yelp_kafka.config import ClusterConfig from yelp_kafka.config import KafkaConsumerConfig from kafka import KafkaConsumer # Cluster configuration cluster_config = ClusterConfig( type="service", name="cluster", broker_list=["cluster-elb-1:9092"], zookeeper="184.108.40.206:2181,220.127.116.11:2181,18.104.22.168:2181/kafka-1", ) topics, cluster = discovery.search_topics_by_regex('.*mytopic', [cluster_config]) config = KafkaConsumerConfig(group_id='my_app', cluster=cluster, client_id='my-consumer') consumer = KafkaConsumer(topics, **config.get_kafka_consumer_config()) for message in consumer: print message
This example makes use of the KafkaConsumer from kafka-python. This consumer class should be considered deprecated and should not be used anymore.
See Also: KafkaConsumer
If you're using
can send metrics on request latency and error counts. This is on by default
for yelp_kafka and uses an instance of
yelp_kafka.metrics_responder.MetricsResponder for reporting metrics
Reporting metrics directly from the kafka client is an option that is only available in Yelp's fork of kafka-python
Producer metrics can also be reported and are reported by default by the YelpKafkaSimpleProducer
report_metrics parameter. This defaults to True but can be turned off
If you want to plug in your own metric responder module, please use
yelp_kafka.metrics_responder.MetricsResponder and pass it in
Yelp_Kafka currently provides three consumer group interfaces for consuming from Kafka.
yelp_kafka.consumer_group.KafkaConsumerGroup is the recommended
class to use if you want start multiple instances of your consumer. You may
start as many instances as you wish (balancing partitions will happen
automatically), and you can control when to mark messages as processed (via
task_done and commit).
yelp_kafka.consumer_group.MultiprocessingConsumerGroup is for
consuming from high volume topics since it starts as many consumer processes as topic
partitions. It also handles process monitoring and restart upon failures.
yelp_kafka.consumer_group.ConsumerGroup provides the same set of
features as KafkaConsumerGroup, but with a less convenient interface.
This class is considered deprecated.