Source code for confluent_kafka.admin._config

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from enum import Enum
import functools
from .. import cimpl as _cimpl
from ._resource import ResourceType

[docs]class ConfigSource(Enum): """ Enumerates the different sources of configuration properties. Used by ConfigEntry to specify the source of configuration properties returned by `describe_configs()`. """ UNKNOWN_CONFIG = _cimpl.CONFIG_SOURCE_UNKNOWN_CONFIG #: Unknown DYNAMIC_TOPIC_CONFIG = _cimpl.CONFIG_SOURCE_DYNAMIC_TOPIC_CONFIG #: Dynamic Topic DYNAMIC_BROKER_CONFIG = _cimpl.CONFIG_SOURCE_DYNAMIC_BROKER_CONFIG #: Dynamic Broker DYNAMIC_DEFAULT_BROKER_CONFIG = _cimpl.CONFIG_SOURCE_DYNAMIC_DEFAULT_BROKER_CONFIG #: Dynamic Default Broker STATIC_BROKER_CONFIG = _cimpl.CONFIG_SOURCE_STATIC_BROKER_CONFIG #: Static Broker DEFAULT_CONFIG = _cimpl.CONFIG_SOURCE_DEFAULT_CONFIG #: Default
[docs]class ConfigEntry(object): """ Represents a configuration property. Returned by describe_configs() for each configuration entry of the specified resource. This class is typically not user instantiated. """ def __init__(self, name, value, source=ConfigSource.UNKNOWN_CONFIG, is_read_only=False, is_default=False, is_sensitive=False, is_synonym=False, synonyms=[]): """ This class is typically not user instantiated. """ super(ConfigEntry, self).__init__() = name """Configuration property name.""" self.value = value """Configuration value (or None if not set or is_sensitive==True).""" self.source = source """Configuration source.""" self.is_read_only = bool(is_read_only) """Indicates whether the configuration property is read-only.""" self.is_default = bool(is_default) """Indicates whether the configuration property is using its default value.""" self.is_sensitive = bool(is_sensitive) """ Indicates whether the configuration property value contains sensitive information (such as security settings), in which case .value is None.""" self.is_synonym = bool(is_synonym) """Indicates whether the configuration property is a synonym for the parent configuration entry.""" self.synonyms = synonyms """A list of synonyms (ConfigEntry) and alternate sources for this configuration property.""" def __repr__(self): return "ConfigEntry(%s=\"%s\")" % (, self.value) def __str__(self): return "%s=\"%s\"" % (, self.value)
[docs]@functools.total_ordering class ConfigResource(object): """ Represents a resource that has configuration, and (optionally) a collection of configuration properties for that resource. Used by describe_configs() and alter_configs(). Parameters ---------- restype : `ConfigResource.Type` The resource type. name : `str` The resource name, which depends on the resource type. For RESOURCE_BROKER, the resource name is the broker id. set_config : `dict` The configuration to set/overwrite. Dictionary of str, str. """ Type = ResourceType def __init__(self, restype, name, set_config=None, described_configs=None, error=None): """ :param ConfigResource.Type restype: Resource type. :param str name: The resource name, which depends on restype. For RESOURCE_BROKER, the resource name is the broker id. :param dict set_config: The configuration to set/overwrite. Dictionary of str, str. :param dict described_configs: For internal use only. :param KafkaError error: For internal use only. """ super(ConfigResource, self).__init__() if name is None: raise ValueError("Expected resource name to be a string") if type(restype) == str: # Allow resource type to be specified as case-insensitive string, for convenience. try: restype = ConfigResource.Type[restype.upper()] except KeyError: raise ValueError("Unknown resource type \"%s\": should be a ConfigResource.Type" % restype) elif type(restype) == int: # The C-code passes restype as an int, convert to Type. restype = ConfigResource.Type(restype) self.restype = restype self.restype_int = int(self.restype.value) # for the C code = name if set_config is not None: self.set_config_dict = set_config.copy() else: self.set_config_dict = dict() self.configs = described_configs self.error = error def __repr__(self): if self.error is not None: return "ConfigResource(%s,%s,%r)" % (self.restype,, self.error) else: return "ConfigResource(%s,%s)" % (self.restype, def __hash__(self): return hash((self.restype, def __lt__(self, other): if self.restype < other.restype: return True return def __eq__(self, other): return self.restype == other.restype and == def __len__(self): """ :rtype: int :returns: number of configuration entries/operations """ return len(self.set_config_dict)
[docs] def set_config(self, name, value, overwrite=True): """ Set/overwrite a configuration value. When calling alter_configs, any configuration properties that are not included in the request will be reverted to their default values. As a workaround, use describe_configs() to retrieve the current configuration and overwrite the settings you want to change. :param str name: Configuration property name :param str value: Configuration value :param bool overwrite: If True, overwrite entry if it already exists (default). If False, do nothing if entry already exists. """ if not overwrite and name in self.set_config_dict: return self.set_config_dict[name] = value