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Updated on 2022-08-11 GMT+08:00
Will a Kafka Instance Be Restarted After Its Automatic Topic Creation Setting Is Modified?
Yes. A Kafka instance will be restarted if you enable or disable automatic topic creation for it.
Topics and Partitions FAQs
- Is There a Limit on the Number of Topics in a Kafka Instance?
- Why Is Partition Quantity Limited?
- Can I Change the Partition Quantity?
- Why Do I Fail to Create Topics?
- Do Kafka Instances Support Batch Importing Topics or Automatic Topic Creation?
- Why Do Deleted Topics Still Exist?
- Why Can't I See "Create Topic" and "Delete Topic" Buttons on the Topic Management Page?
- Can I View the Disk Space Used by a Topic?
- Can I Add ACL Permissions for Topics?
- What Should I Do If Kafka Storage Space Is Used Up Because Retrieved Messages Are Not Deleted?
- How Do I Increase the Partition Quantity?
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- How Do I Disable Automatic Topic Creation?
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- Why Does an Instance Contain Default Topics __trace and __consumer_offsets?
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