generalmills/burrowuirunning and I'm wondering about the one consumer that seems unlike all the others ... its lag is very high and its topic is
__consumer_offsets-- Is my setup missing something? Or is it normal that the
total lagfor this consumer keeps increasing and it has an
[consumer.myconsumers] class-name="kafka" cluster="mycluster" servers=["host1:6667","host2:6667","host3:6667"]
hi there, I'm experiencing issues with burrow on windows 10.
I cloned a repository and run commands
burrow dashboard failed to start, I checked logs and see
Reading configuration from /etc/burrow
Failed reading configuration: Config File "burrow" Not Found in "[/etc/burrow]"
"zk: not authenticated". I havent even tried Kerberos authentication with keytab because I can see in docs that its not really supported.
Im working on to setup burrowv3 to monitor 2 kafka cluster consumers in a same configuration,
and added 2 kafka clusters end point in the same configuration by dividing it based on cluster name
But it works for only one cluster not for other cluster where i can see output of prod cluster but not of stg
Myquestion is - Can we use 2 kafka cluster endpoints in the same configuration to monitor?
If yes, Can someone help me to make necessary changes.
/metricsendpoint, but am confused about how to use it.
intervals=10configuration and a group which has committed 6 offsets for a partition, the completeness for that (group, partition) pair would be 0.6. As the window only moves forwards upon seeing a committed offset, this should mean that completeness should never decrease unless
expire-groupseconds passes (default 7 days). Does this sound accurate?
I used the latest version with docker, and when I calling the /metrics I can't see the burrow_kafka_consumer_partition_lag metics. I can see all the burrow_kafka_topic_partition_offset but I want the lag, what might be wrong?
Was there a solution to this issue? I'm having the same problem: I've successfully build and deployed Burrow v1.3.4 in a k8s cluster, it seemingly can talk to Kafka & Zookeeper successfully, but the only Prometheus metrics it exports are
burrow_kafka_topic_partition_offset when really what I want is
burrow_kafka_consumer_lag_total. I feel I must have done something wrong, though in a test environment with broadly the same setup I had success, so I'm confused about what I could've done wrong :sweat_smile:
Have a question whether you have an issue with group-denylist. I created a regex and config looks like this:
Issue I'm meeting with is that I'm getting error mail if some other group which is not covered in regex like "test-group" is having an issue. I don't want to get an error email group for that one and that's the reason why I created this regex. No, anyone has similar experience or I'm doing something wrong?
client-profilesection of the config — https://github.com/linkedin/Burrow/wiki/Configuration#client-profile.
That should be all you need.
[client-profile.MYCLIENT] kafka-version="2.x.x" client-id="burrow-myclient" sasl="PLAIN" [sasl.PLAIN] username="Adminuser" password="Adminpassword" handshake-first=false [consumer.CLUSTER] class-name="kafka" cluster="CLUSTER" client-profile="MYCLIENT"
[client-profile.test] client-id="burrow-test" kafka-version="0.11.0.2" sasl="PLAINSS" tls="mytlsprofile" [sasl.PLAINSS] handshake-first=true username="superuser" password="superuserpassword" [tls.mytlsprofile] certfile="path/to/certfile/file/wildcard.jks" keyfile="path/to/keyfile/file/wildcard.jks" noverify=true
Hi, facing issue with prometheus metrics. We are just getting burrow_kafka_topic_partition_offset and no other metrics, where as ideally we should have got all of these "burrow_kafka_consumer_partition_lag", "burrow_kafka_consumer_current_offset", "burrow_kafka_consumer_status".
Any configurations that needs to be updated to get all the metrics.
We are using kafka version 0.11.0.3. and its a secured kafka cluster.