Hi M.Manna, Thanks for the update. If possible, can you please share which admin I/O level functionality will impact? Do you mean something related to log files renaming? In documentation, there is no pointer with respect to I/O. Kindly advice.
ThanksHarish On Saturday, July 15, 2017, 1:59:58 PM GMT+5:30, M. Manna <manme...@gmail.com> wrote: Kafka has some issues wuth IO level admin functionalities e.g. file deletion/renaming doesn't work out of the box like Linux. However, user base is growing and there's a momentum to support Windows OS seamlessly like Linux. I have been running some stress tests on Windows and the performance is quite consistent. If you have any findings you would like to share, please publish them. Please read Kafka documentation where there are some disclaimers regarding OS support. On 15 Jul 2017 1:27 am, "Eno Thereska" <eno.there...@gmail.com> wrote: Hi Harish, I believe many people/orgs use it on Windows. We rely on the community to test/fix/answer any Windows questions, same as with Linux or MacOS. However, based on what I've observed, perhaps there are more people answering Linux-related questions. Eno > On 14 Jul 2017, at 13:24, harish jadhav <harishjadhav1...@yahoo.com. INVALID> > wrote: > > Hello Team, > > I am exploring Apache Kafka and found that one of the best MQ I have > encountered. I was exploring option to use it in Windows machine and started > some kind of proof of concept work referring installation section on windows > and it work perfectly. Later realized that Kafka documentation says under > Hardware and OS section " We have seen a few issues running on Windows and > Windows is not currently a well supported platform though we would be happy > to change that. " > > I am curios to know is there any actual issue running Kafka in windows OS as > whichever feature I am using with single instance ( Producer-Consumer) works > perfectly in windows test bed. Can I use it production windows machines? > > Please advice. > > Thanks > Harish