GitHub user dguy opened a pull request:
KAFKA-5152: move state restoration out of rebalance and into poll loop
1. release all locks for non-assigned suspended tasks.
2. resume any suspended tasks.
3. Create new tasks, but don't attempt to take the state lock.
4. Pause partitions for any new tasks.
5. set the state to `PARTITIONS_ASSIGNED`
2. if state is `PARTITIONS_ASSIGNED`
2.1 attempt to initialize any new tasks, i.e, take out the state locks
and init state stores
2.2 restore some data for changelogs, i.e., poll once on the restore
consumer and return the partitions that have been fully restored
2.3 update tasks with restored partitions and move any that have completed
restoration to running
2.4 resume consumption for any tasks where all partitions have been
2.5 if all active tasks are running, transition to `RUNNING` and assign
standby partitions to the restoreConsumer.
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This closes #3653
Author: Damian Guy <damian....@gmail.com>
restore state on the poll loop
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