I had a couple questions about savepoints / checkpoints
When I issue "Cancel Job with Savepoint", how is that instruction co-ordinated with check points? Am I certain the savepoint will be the last operation (i.e. no more check points)?
I have a kafka src>operation>kafka sink task in flink. And it looks like on restart from the savepoint there are duplicates written to the sink topic in kafka. The dupes overlap with the last few events prior to save point, and I am trying to work out what could have happened.
My FlinkKafkaProducer011 is set to Semantic.AT_LEAST_ONCE, but env.enableCheckpointing(parameters.getInt("checkpoint.interval"), CheckpointingMode.EXACTLY_ONCE).
I thought at least once still implies flushes to kafka still only occur with a checkpoint.
One theory is a further checkpoint occurred after/ during the savepoint - which would have flushed events to kafka that are not in my savepoint.
Any pointers to schoolboy errors I may have made would be appreciated.
Also am I right in thinking if I have managed state with rocksdb back end that is using 1G on disk, but substantially less keyed state in memory, a savepoint needs to save the full 1G to complete?
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