|author||David Ostrovsky <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Sat Jul 14 17:56:56 2018 +0200|
|committer||David Ostrovsky <email@example.com>||Fri Dec 07 23:18:52 2018 +0100|
Start dockerized kafka server from junit test using testcontainers Use testcontainers to spawn dockerized Kafka server from within junit test. One challenge to solve is to bootstrap initialization properties from the dockerized kafka server. There is no way to inject custom values after the docker instance was started by testcontainers library. To overcome, set special system property in test environment and check for that property in production code. If present, inject special properties in Kafka server's test environment. Test Plan: 1. Start docker daemon: $ sudo service docker start 2. Run tests: $ bazel test plugins/kafka-events:kafka_events_tests Change-Id: Iaca0901410460bbbfa731b4da1625a9600402e08
This plugins allows to define a distributed stream of events published by Gerrit.
Events can be anything, from the traditional stream events to the Gerrit metrics.
This plugin requires Gerrit 2.13 or laster.
Kafka plugin can be build as a regular ‘in-tree’ plugin. That means that is required to clone a Gerrit source tree first and then to have the Kafka plugin source directory into the /plugins path. Additionally, the plugins/external_plugin_deps.bzl file needs to be updated to match the Kafka plugin one.
git clone --recursive https://gerrit.googlesource.com/gerrit git clone https://gerrit.googlesource.com/plugins/kafka-events gerrit/plugins/kafka-events cd gerrit rm plugins/external_plugin_deps.bzl ln -s ./kafka-events/external_plugin_deps.bzl plugins/.
To build the kafka-events plugins, issue the command from the Gerrit source path:
bazel build plugins/kafka-events
The output is created in
Assuming a running Kafka broker on the same Gerrit host, add the following settings to gerrit.config:
[plugin "kafka-events"] bootstrapServers = localhost:9092