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Scraping Website: How to Write a Script in Python

Here's a python script that you can use as a model to scrape a website. Python script The below logic uses BeautifulSoup Package for web scraping. import requests from bs4 import BeautifulSoup url = 'https://www.example.com' response = requests.get(url) soup = BeautifulSoup(response.text, 'html.parser') # Print the title of the webpage print(soup.title.text) # Print all the links in the webpage for link in soup.find_all('a'):     print(link.get('href')) In this script, we first import the Requests and Beautiful Soup libraries. We then define the URL we want to scrape and use the Requests library to send a GET request to that URL. We then pass the response text to Beautiful Soup to parse the HTML contents of the webpage. We then use Beautiful Soup to extract the title of the webpage and print it to the console. We also use a for loop to find all the links in the webpage and print their href attributes to the console. This is just a basic example, but

2 Exclusive Ways to Start Kafka Services

The Kafka services start or stop you can do in two ways. Those are Systemd and Systemctl (sudo user). Below, you will find the commands for these two methods.

2 Ways to start Kafka Services

How to start/stop Kafka service

Here are exclusive ways. With these, you can start or stop Kafka services.  

1. Systemd service

The concept of unit files people who worked on Linux servers have familiarity with it. Also, they know creating the unit file to use by systemd.

To summarize, it initializes and maintains components throughout the system. This means that you can define ZooKeeper and Kafka as unit files, which then will be used by systems.


The first command starts the service, and the second command stops the service.

... [Service] ...

ExecStop= /opt/kafkainaction/bin/zookeeper-server-stop.sh

2. Systemctl by Sudo (root) user

The root user can start or stop the Kafka services. This is more like front-end processing. This way of executing is called systemctl.


The first command starts the Zookeeper and the second one starts Kafka.

$sudo systemctl start zookeeper
$sudo systemctl start kafka


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