ZooKeeper Quota's Guide
A Guide to Deployment and Administration
ZooKeeper has both namespace and bytes quotas. You can use the ZooKeeperMain class to setup quotas. ZooKeeper prints WARN messages if users exceed the quota assigned to them. The messages are printed in the log of the ZooKeeper.
Notice: What the
namespace quota means is the count quota which limits the number of children under the path(included itself).
$ bin/zkCli.sh -server host:port**
The above command gives you a command line option of using quotas.
You can use
setquotato set a quota on a ZooKeeper node. It has an option of setting quota with
-n(for namespace/count) and
-b(for bytes/data length).
The ZooKeeper quota is stored in ZooKeeper itself in /zookeeper/quota. To disable other people from changing the quotas, users can set the ACL for /zookeeper/quota ,so that only admins are able to read and write to it.
If the quota doesn't exist in the specified path,create the quota, otherwise update the quota.
The Scope of the quota users set is all the nodes under the path specified (included itself).
In order to simplify the calculation of quota in the current directory/hierarchy structure, a complete tree path(from root to leaf node) can be set only one quota. In the situation when setting a quota in a path which its parent or child node already has a quota.
setquotawill reject and tell the specified parent or child path, users can adjust allocations of quotas(delete/move-up/move-down the quota) according to specific circumstances.
Combined with the Chroot, the quota will have a better isolation effectiveness between different applications.For example:
192.168.0.1:2181,192.168.0.2:2181,192.168.0.3:2181/apps/app1 setquota -n 100000 /apps/app1 ```
Users cannot set the quota on the path under /zookeeper/quota
You can use listquota to list a quota on a ZooKeeper node.
You can use delquota to delete quota on a ZooKeeper node.