GitHub user rangadi opened a pull request:

    [BEAM-777] KafkaIOTest : reader.start() can return false

    KafkaIOTest expected reader.start() to always return true. It could return 
false as well (though most of the time it would succeed with MockConsumer).
    updated `advanceOnce()` utility method to`start()` the reader based on a 
    R: @dhalperi, R: @amitsela.
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    This closes #1133
commit 068e458d10c901fe1c299dffe84b75c9c842095c
Author: Raghu Angadi <>
Date:   2016-10-19T04:46:18Z

    KafkaIOTest : start() can return false


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