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Apache Kafka KIP-679 changes the behaviour of default Producer configuration to enable idempotence by default. This change can cause message production to fail after updating to the 3.2.0 kafka-client libraries.
A recent move to v2 cgroups by a number of Linux distributions (including Amazon Linux 2022 and Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9) highlights an issue in Amazon Corretto 11 where the JVM process can cause a Docker container to exit with OOMKilled errors.
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