We are pleased to announce the release of the Cloudera Distribution of Apache Kafka 2.0.1 for CDH 5. Apache Kafka is a highly scalable, distributed, publish-subscribe messaging system.
Apache Kafka 2.0.1 is maintenance release for Kafka 2.0 with bug fixes listed below.
Notable Issues Fixed in Cloudera Distribution of Apache Kafka 2.0.1
Notable fixes backported into Kafka 2.0.1:
KAFKA-3409: MirrorMaker hangs indefinitely due to commit.
KAFKA-3378: Client blocks forever if SocketChannel connects instantly.
KAFKA-3426: Improve protocol type errors when invalid sizes are received.
KAFKA-3330: Truncate log cleaner offset checkpoint if the log is truncated.
KAFKA-3463: Change default receive buffer size for consumer to 64K.
KAFKA-1148: Delayed fetch/producer requests should be satisfied on a leader change.
KAFKA-3352: Avoid DNS reverse lookups.
KAFKA-3341: Improve error handling on invalid requests.
KAFKA-3310: Fix for NPEs observed when throttling clients.
KAFKA-2784: swallow exceptions when MirrorMaker exits.
KAFKA-3243: Fix Kafka basic ops documentation for MirrorMaker, blacklist is not supported for new consumers.
KAFKA-3235: Unclosed stream in AppInfoParser static block.
KAFKA-3147: Memory records is not writable in MirrorMaker.
KAFKA-3088: Broker crash on receipt of produce request with empty client ID.
KAFKA-3159: Kafka consumer client poll is very CPU intensive under certain conditions.
KAFKA-3189: Kafka server returns UnknownServerException for inherited exceptions.
KAFKA-3157: MirrorMaker does not commit offset with low traffic.
KAFKA-3179: Kafka consumer delivers message whose offset is earlier than sought offset.
KAFKA-3198: Ticket Renewal Thread exits prematurely due to inverted comparison.
All backported fixes can be viewed in the git release notes here.
We look forward to you trying Kafka 2.0.1! For more information, please use the links below:
Install or upgrade Kafka
Review the documentation
Review the Release Notes
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