brooklin | extensible distributed system for reliable nearline data
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Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Runs the Kafka connector task
- Translates a set of datastream records
- Polls records from the Kafka consumer
- Checks if there are currently paused partitions to resume
- Encodes a Record ID into bytes
- Creates the scheduler service
- Create a periodic task service
- Encodes the given schema id into a byte array
- Runs the loop
- Load the current checkpoint
- Checks whether the given datastream exists
- Initializes datastream for datastream
- Resume source partitions
- Call a method on an object
- Pause source partitions on a datastream
- Move partitions
- Deletes a datastream
- Reduce the response to a JSON string
- Gets the datastream state for the given stream
- Send a datastream to a destination
- Process a query
- Initialize datastream
- Creates a datastream
- Runs the watch
- Translate a Kafka consumer record to a Kafka datastream
- Called when a datastream is changed
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One of our Apache Kafka clusters has the following properties...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-16 at 22:25
Yes, it should be possible to go to
2.2; it is not possible to go below
I am trying to work through the example from Chapter 5 of the Leaflet.js succinctly book - but cannot get any of the coffee shops to show on my map.
Some of the commands give me errors so I've looked for workarounds, and I suspect the problem could be as simple as files not being in the correct place. Is there an idiot's guide to using databases with leaflet I could follow? Or can someone see the error I am making?
My set up:
- using XAMPP on a Mac - the MySQL Database and Apache Web Server are running
- I created the leafletDB database using the terminal
/Applications/xampp/xamppfiles/bin/mysql -u root -p
create database leafletDB
- I filled the database by copy paste into the terminal the contents of the CoffeeShops.sql file (I could not get the from CSV command
mysql –uroot –pleaflet < "C:\CoffeeShops.sql";to work, even changing the path to CoffeeShops.sql)
- Checking the database using
SELECT COUNT(*) FROM coffeeshops;all gave the expected results.
- The leaflet database is located in
- I copied the coffee.php file to the
/Applications/XAMPP/xamppfiles/htdocs/CoffeeExamplefolder, which is the same file as the listing43.html file (the file that creates the map)
- The only change I made to the listing43.html file was the path to the mugIcon (put in the same folder). I also tried simply removing the icon command - it made no difference.
The map displays, any markers coded directly into the html file display - but nothing from the database.
What have I got wrong?
As requested here is a copy of all the code - sorry for how long this is
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-07 at 08:42
I tried running this in an apache docker-container, and a mysql db in another docker-container. I got a couple of suggestions as to the possible errors. Although I believe suggestion 2-4 are the most likely to help you.
- The link you use for importing JQuery seems to be dated. Instead of:
I need to divide a table in two parts but i would like to keep the display:table-cell width for the header. here my code snipe:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-18 at 15:06
Because you're using two separate tables. You can put the second table into the first table and set
display: contents for desktop view.
I have a data frame with 800 items (rows), and each row is located in a different area. The areas are: Allston, Boston, Brighton, Fenway, Brookline, Cambridge, Newton.
Example Pandas Dataframe:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-19 at 04:49
Here's code for this specific case. I don't think it can be generalized much.
The idea is from the areas that are allowed in group C, sample 0.1 * 800 = 80 of them and mark them as belonging to group C. Then from the unmarked rows that have areas allowed in group B, select 240 of them and mark them as belonging to group B. All the rest must be in group A.
After reading a large json file and capturing only the
'text' column, I would like to add a column to dataframe and set all rows to a specific value:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-19 at 04:23
The problem is that your
read_json(....).text line returns a series, not a dataframe.
.to_frame() and referencing the column in the following line should fix it:
I am attempting to slice a list. When I iterate through the nested list one result has the correct elements corresponding to the index, the other result is one prior to the index number....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Dec-09 at 19:57
You always append to
index1, but new indexes are being appended to
index1: change these to
index1[-1] (i.e. using the last two indexes added to
index1) and that will update
I am trying to test out Brooklin for mirroring data between kafka clusters. I am following the wiki https://github.com/linkedin/brooklin/wiki/mirroring-kafka-clusters
Unlike the wiki - I am trying to setup the mirroring between 2 different clusters. I am able to start the Brooklin process and the Datastream but I cannot manage to mirror messages. Brooklin is running on the source kafka cluster ATM. I am trying to mirror topic 'test'
The server.properties for brooklin is...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Oct-14 at 11:49
This was an issue on my end - I had a typo in the topic name configured for mirroring.
I have the follow data. How can I plot the three columns together (dist, price and count) for each neighbourhood?...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Apr-26 at 01:37
What you want is called a grouped barplot. You can melt the dataframe, which reformats your dataframe in a long format i.e. each neighbourhood and one variable at a time per row. Then apply the seaborns barplot to this melted dataframe.
Update: since the y-values are far apart, we can add some labels. This is a workaround that goes through each row, and appends the label to the corresponding bar. The values you add to x and y are just by trial and error.
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