Google Cloud Pub/Sub gRPC

Note

Google Cloud Pub/Sub provides many-to-many, asynchronous messaging that decouples senders and receivers.

Further information at the official Google Cloud documentation website.

This connector communicates to Pub/Sub via the gRPC protocol. The integration between Akka Stream and gRPC is handled by Akka gRPC 0.8. For a connector that uses HTTP for the communication, take a look at the alternative Alpakka Google Cloud Pub/Sub connector.

Project Info: Alpakka Google Cloud PubSub (gRPC)
Artifact
com.lightbend.akka
akka-stream-alpakka-google-cloud-pub-sub-grpc
2.0.0-RC1
JDK versions
Adopt OpenJDK 8
Adopt OpenJDK 11
Scala versions2.12.10, 2.13.1
JPMS module nameakka.stream.alpakka.google.cloud.pubsub.grpc
License
Readiness level
Since 1.0-M1, 2018-11-06
Home pagehttps://doc.akka.io/docs/alpakka/current
API documentation
Forums
Release notesIn the documentation
IssuesGithub issues
Sourceshttps://github.com/akka/alpakka

Artifacts

Akka gRPC uses Akka Discovery internally. Make sure to add Akka Discovery with the same Akka version that the application uses.

sbt
val AkkaVersion = "2.5.30"
libraryDependencies ++= Seq(
  "com.lightbend.akka" %% "akka-stream-alpakka-google-cloud-pub-sub-grpc" % "2.0.0-RC1",
  "com.typesafe.akka" %% "akka-stream" % AkkaVersion,
  "com.typesafe.akka" %% "akka-discovery" % AkkaVersion
)
Maven
<properties>
  <akka.version>2.5.30</akka.version>
</properties>
<dependency>
  <groupId>com.lightbend.akka</groupId>
  <artifactId>akka-stream-alpakka-google-cloud-pub-sub-grpc_2.12</artifactId>
  <version>2.0.0-RC1</version>
</dependency>
<dependency>
  <groupId>com.typesafe.akka</groupId>
  <artifactId>akka-stream_2.12</artifactId>
  <version>${akka.version}</version>
</dependency>
<dependency>
  <groupId>com.typesafe.akka</groupId>
  <artifactId>akka-discovery_2.12</artifactId>
  <version>${akka.version}</version>
</dependency>
Gradle
versions += [
  AkkaVersion: "2.5.30"
]
dependencies {
  compile group: 'com.lightbend.akka', name: 'akka-stream-alpakka-google-cloud-pub-sub-grpc_2.12', version: '2.0.0-RC1',
  compile group: 'com.typesafe.akka', name: 'akka-stream_2.12', version: versions.AkkaVersion,
  compile group: 'com.typesafe.akka', name: 'akka-discovery_2.12', version: versions.AkkaVersion
}

The table below shows direct dependencies of this module and the second tab shows all libraries it depends on transitively.

Direct dependencies
OrganizationArtifactVersion
com.google.authgoogle-auth-library-oauth2-http0.20.0
com.google.protobufprotobuf-java3.11.4
com.lightbend.akka.grpcakka-grpc-runtime_2.120.8.0
com.thesamet.scalapbscalapb-runtime_2.120.10.1
com.typesafe.akkaakka-discovery_2.122.5.30
com.typesafe.akkaakka-stream_2.122.5.30
io.grpcgrpc-auth1.28.0
io.grpcgrpc-stub1.28.0
org.scala-langscala-library2.12.10
Dependency tree
com.google.auth    google-auth-library-oauth2-http    0.20.0
    com.google.auth    google-auth-library-credentials    0.20.0
    com.google.auto.value    auto-value-annotations    1.7
    com.google.code.findbugs    jsr305    3.0.2
    com.google.guava    guava    28.2-android
        com.google.code.findbugs    jsr305    3.0.2
        com.google.errorprone    error_prone_annotations    2.3.4
        com.google.guava    failureaccess    1.0.1
        com.google.guava    listenablefuture    9999.0-empty-to-avoid-conflict-with-guava
        com.google.j2objc    j2objc-annotations    1.3
        org.checkerframework    checker-compat-qual    2.5.5
    com.google.http-client    google-http-client-jackson2    1.34.0
        com.fasterxml.jackson.core    jackson-core    2.10.1
        com.google.http-client    google-http-client    1.34.0
            com.google.code.findbugs    jsr305    3.0.2
            com.google.guava    guava    28.2-android
                com.google.code.findbugs    jsr305    3.0.2
                com.google.errorprone    error_prone_annotations    2.3.4
                com.google.guava    failureaccess    1.0.1
                com.google.guava    listenablefuture    9999.0-empty-to-avoid-conflict-with-guava
                com.google.j2objc    j2objc-annotations    1.3
                org.checkerframework    checker-compat-qual    2.5.5
            com.google.j2objc    j2objc-annotations    1.3
            io.opencensus    opencensus-api    0.24.0
                io.grpc    grpc-context    1.28.0
            io.opencensus    opencensus-contrib-http-util    0.24.0
                com.google.guava    guava    28.2-android
                    com.google.code.findbugs    jsr305    3.0.2
                    com.google.errorprone    error_prone_annotations    2.3.4
                    com.google.guava    failureaccess    1.0.1
                    com.google.guava    listenablefuture    9999.0-empty-to-avoid-conflict-with-guava
                    com.google.j2objc    j2objc-annotations    1.3
                    org.checkerframework    checker-compat-qual    2.5.5
                io.opencensus    opencensus-api    0.24.0
                    io.grpc    grpc-context    1.28.0
            org.apache.httpcomponents    httpclient    4.5.10
                commons-codec    commons-codec    1.11
                commons-logging    commons-logging    1.2
                org.apache.httpcomponents    httpcore    4.4.12
            org.apache.httpcomponents    httpcore    4.4.12
    com.google.http-client    google-http-client    1.34.0
        com.google.code.findbugs    jsr305    3.0.2
        com.google.guava    guava    28.2-android
            com.google.code.findbugs    jsr305    3.0.2
            com.google.errorprone    error_prone_annotations    2.3.4
            com.google.guava    failureaccess    1.0.1
            com.google.guava    listenablefuture    9999.0-empty-to-avoid-conflict-with-guava
            com.google.j2objc    j2objc-annotations    1.3
            org.checkerframework    checker-compat-qual    2.5.5
        com.google.j2objc    j2objc-annotations    1.3
        io.opencensus    opencensus-api    0.24.0
            io.grpc    grpc-context    1.28.0
        io.opencensus    opencensus-contrib-http-util    0.24.0
            com.google.guava    guava    28.2-android
                com.google.code.findbugs    jsr305    3.0.2
                com.google.errorprone    error_prone_annotations    2.3.4
                com.google.guava    failureaccess    1.0.1
                com.google.guava    listenablefuture    9999.0-empty-to-avoid-conflict-with-guava
                com.google.j2objc    j2objc-annotations    1.3
                org.checkerframework    checker-compat-qual    2.5.5
            io.opencensus    opencensus-api    0.24.0
                io.grpc    grpc-context    1.28.0
        org.apache.httpcomponents    httpclient    4.5.10
            commons-codec    commons-codec    1.11
            commons-logging    commons-logging    1.2
            org.apache.httpcomponents    httpcore    4.4.12
        org.apache.httpcomponents    httpcore    4.4.12
com.google.protobuf    protobuf-java    3.11.4
com.lightbend.akka.grpc    akka-grpc-runtime_2.12    0.8.0
    com.typesafe.akka    akka-http-core_2.12    10.1.11
        com.typesafe.akka    akka-parsing_2.12    10.1.11
    com.typesafe.akka    akka-http2-support_2.12    10.1.11
        com.twitter    hpack    1.0.2
        com.typesafe.akka    akka-http-core_2.12    10.1.11
            com.typesafe.akka    akka-parsing_2.12    10.1.11
        org.eclipse.jetty.alpn    alpn-api    1.1.3.v20160715
    com.typesafe.akka    akka-http_2.12    10.1.11
        com.typesafe.akka    akka-http-core_2.12    10.1.11
            com.typesafe.akka    akka-parsing_2.12    10.1.11
    io.grpc    grpc-core    1.28.0
        com.google.android    annotations    4.1.1.4
        com.google.code.gson    gson    2.8.6
        com.google.errorprone    error_prone_annotations    2.3.4
        io.grpc    grpc-api    1.28.0
            com.google.code.findbugs    jsr305    3.0.2
            com.google.errorprone    error_prone_annotations    2.3.4
            com.google.guava    guava    28.2-android
                com.google.code.findbugs    jsr305    3.0.2
                com.google.errorprone    error_prone_annotations    2.3.4
                com.google.guava    failureaccess    1.0.1
                com.google.guava    listenablefuture    9999.0-empty-to-avoid-conflict-with-guava
                com.google.j2objc    j2objc-annotations    1.3
                org.checkerframework    checker-compat-qual    2.5.5
            io.grpc    grpc-context    1.28.0
            org.codehaus.mojo    animal-sniffer-annotations    1.18
        io.perfmark    perfmark-api    0.19.0
            com.google.code.findbugs    jsr305    3.0.2
    io.grpc    grpc-netty-shaded    1.28.0
        io.grpc    grpc-core    1.28.0
            com.google.android    annotations    4.1.1.4
            com.google.code.gson    gson    2.8.6
            com.google.errorprone    error_prone_annotations    2.3.4
            io.grpc    grpc-api    1.28.0
                com.google.code.findbugs    jsr305    3.0.2
                com.google.errorprone    error_prone_annotations    2.3.4
                com.google.guava    guava    28.2-android
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                    com.google.errorprone    error_prone_annotations    2.3.4
                    com.google.guava    failureaccess    1.0.1
                    com.google.guava    listenablefuture    9999.0-empty-to-avoid-conflict-with-guava
                    com.google.j2objc    j2objc-annotations    1.3
                    org.checkerframework    checker-compat-qual    2.5.5
                io.grpc    grpc-context    1.28.0
                org.codehaus.mojo    animal-sniffer-annotations    1.18
            io.perfmark    perfmark-api    0.19.0
                com.google.code.findbugs    jsr305    3.0.2
com.thesamet.scalapb    scalapb-runtime_2.12    0.10.1
    com.lihaoyi    fastparse_2.12    2.2.4
        com.lihaoyi    geny_2.12    0.5.1
        com.lihaoyi    sourcecode_2.12    0.2.1
    com.thesamet.scalapb    lenses_2.12    0.10.1
        org.scala-lang.modules    scala-collection-compat_2.12    2.1.4
    org.scala-lang.modules    scala-collection-compat_2.12    2.1.4
com.typesafe.akka    akka-discovery_2.12    2.5.30
    com.typesafe.akka    akka-actor_2.12    2.5.30
        com.typesafe    config    1.3.3
        org.scala-lang.modules    scala-java8-compat_2.12    0.8.0
com.typesafe.akka    akka-stream_2.12    2.5.30
    com.typesafe.akka    akka-actor_2.12    2.5.30
        com.typesafe    config    1.3.3
        org.scala-lang.modules    scala-java8-compat_2.12    0.8.0
    com.typesafe.akka    akka-protobuf_2.12    2.5.30
    com.typesafe    ssl-config-core_2.12    0.3.8
        com.typesafe    config    1.3.3
        org.scala-lang.modules    scala-parser-combinators_2.12    1.1.2
    org.reactivestreams    reactive-streams    1.0.2
io.grpc    grpc-auth    1.28.0
    com.google.auth    google-auth-library-credentials    0.20.0
    io.grpc    grpc-api    1.28.0
        com.google.code.findbugs    jsr305    3.0.2
        com.google.errorprone    error_prone_annotations    2.3.4
        com.google.guava    guava    28.2-android
            com.google.code.findbugs    jsr305    3.0.2
            com.google.errorprone    error_prone_annotations    2.3.4
            com.google.guava    failureaccess    1.0.1
            com.google.guava    listenablefuture    9999.0-empty-to-avoid-conflict-with-guava
            com.google.j2objc    j2objc-annotations    1.3
            org.checkerframework    checker-compat-qual    2.5.5
        io.grpc    grpc-context    1.28.0
        org.codehaus.mojo    animal-sniffer-annotations    1.18
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    io.grpc    grpc-api    1.28.0
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        com.google.errorprone    error_prone_annotations    2.3.4
        com.google.guava    guava    28.2-android
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            com.google.errorprone    error_prone_annotations    2.3.4
            com.google.guava    failureaccess    1.0.1
            com.google.guava    listenablefuture    9999.0-empty-to-avoid-conflict-with-guava
            com.google.j2objc    j2objc-annotations    1.3
            org.checkerframework    checker-compat-qual    2.5.5
        io.grpc    grpc-context    1.28.0
        org.codehaus.mojo    animal-sniffer-annotations    1.18
org.scala-lang    scala-library    2.12.10

Binary compatibility

Warning

This connector contains code generated from Protobuf files which is bound to Akka gRPC 0.8. This makes it NOT binary-compatible with later versions of Akka gRPC. You can not use a different version of Akka gRPC within the same JVM instance.

Build setup

The Alpakka Google Cloud Pub/Sub gRPC library contains the classes generated from Google’s protobuf specification.

ALPN on JDK 8

For use on JDK 8 the ALPN Java agent needs to be set up explicitly.

Maven

When using JDK 8: configure your project to use the Java agent for ALPN and add -javaagent:... to your startup scripts as described in the Akka gRPC documentation.

sbt

When using JDK 8: Configure your project to use the Java agent for ALPN and add -javaagent:... to your startup scripts.

Pull in the sbt-javaagent plugin.

project/plugins.sbt
addSbtPlugin("com.lightbend.sbt" % "sbt-javaagent" % "0.1.5")

Enable the Akka gRPC and JavaAgent plugins on the sbt project.

build.sbt
.enablePlugins(AkkaGrpcPlugin, JavaAgent)

Add the Java agent to the runtime configuration.

build.sbt
javaAgents += "org.mortbay.jetty.alpn" % "jetty-alpn-agent" % "2.0.9"

Gradle

When using JDK 8: Configure your project to use the Java agent for ALPN and add -javaagent:... to your startup scripts as described in the Akka gRPC documentation.

Configuration

The connector comes with the default settings configured to work with the Google Pub Sub endpoint and uses the default way of locating credentials by looking at the GOOGLE_APPLICATION_CREDENTIALS environment variable. Please check Google official documentation for more details on how to obtain credentials for your application.

The defaults can be changed (for example when testing against the emulator) by tweaking the reference configuration:

reference.conf
alpakka.google.cloud.pubsub.grpc {
  host = "pubsub.googleapis.com"
  port = 443

  # Set to "none" to disable TLS
  # TLS and certificates should be configured via the underlying
  # SSL-config library
  # https://lightbend.github.io/ssl-config/WSQuickStart.html#point-the-trust-manager-at-the-pem-file
  # rootCa = "none"

  # Supported values:
  # * google-application-default
  # * none
  callCredentials = "google-application-default"
}
Test Configuration
akka {
  loggers = ["akka.event.slf4j.Slf4jLogger"]
  logging-filter = "akka.event.slf4j.Slf4jLoggingFilter"
  loglevel = "DEBUG"
}

alpakka.google.cloud.pubsub.grpc {
  host = "localhost"
  port = 8538
  rootCa = "none" # no tls
  callCredentials = "none" # no authentication
}

For more configuration details consider the underlying configuration for Akka gRPC.

A manually initialized GrpcPublisherGrpcPublisher or GrpcSubscriberGrpcSubscriber can be used by providing it as an attribute to the stream:

Scala
val settings = PubSubSettings(system)
val publisher = GrpcPublisher(settings)

val publishFlow: Flow[PublishRequest, PublishResponse, NotUsed] =
  GooglePubSub
    .publish(parallelism = 1)
    .withAttributes(PubSubAttributes.publisher(publisher))
Java
final PubSubSettings settings = PubSubSettings.create(system);
final GrpcPublisher publisher = GrpcPublisher.create(settings, system);

final Flow<PublishRequest, PublishResponse, NotUsed> publishFlow =
    GooglePubSub.publish(1).withAttributes(PubSubAttributes.publisher(publisher));

Publishing

We first construct a message and then a request using Google’s builders. We declare a singleton source which will go via our publishing flow. All messages sent to the flow are published to PubSub.

Scala
import akka.stream.alpakka.googlecloud.pubsub.grpc.scaladsl.GooglePubSub
import akka.stream.scaladsl._
import com.google.pubsub.v1.pubsub._

val projectId = "alpakka"
val topic = "simpleTopic"

val publishMessage: PubsubMessage =
  PubsubMessage()
    .withData(ByteString.copyFromUtf8("Hello world!"))

val publishRequest: PublishRequest =
  PublishRequest()
    .withTopic(s"projects/$projectId/topics/$topic")
    .addMessages(publishMessage)

val source: Source[PublishRequest, NotUsed] =
  Source.single(publishRequest)

val publishFlow: Flow[PublishRequest, PublishResponse, NotUsed] =
  GooglePubSub.publish(parallelism = 1)

val publishedMessageIds: Future[Seq[PublishResponse]] = source.via(publishFlow).runWith(Sink.seq)
Java
import akka.stream.alpakka.googlecloud.pubsub.grpc.PubSubSettings;
import akka.stream.alpakka.googlecloud.pubsub.grpc.javadsl.GooglePubSub;
import akka.stream.alpakka.googlecloud.pubsub.grpc.javadsl.GrpcPublisher;
import akka.stream.alpakka.googlecloud.pubsub.grpc.javadsl.PubSubAttributes;
import akka.stream.alpakka.testkit.javadsl.LogCapturingJunit4;
import akka.stream.javadsl.*;
import com.google.protobuf.ByteString;
import com.google.pubsub.v1.*;

final String projectId = "alpakka";
final String topic = "simpleTopic";

final PubsubMessage publishMessage =
    PubsubMessage.newBuilder().setData(ByteString.copyFromUtf8("Hello world!")).build();

final PublishRequest publishRequest =
    PublishRequest.newBuilder()
        .setTopic("projects/" + projectId + "/topics/" + topic)
        .addMessages(publishMessage)
        .build();

final Source<PublishRequest, NotUsed> source = Source.single(publishRequest);

final Flow<PublishRequest, PublishResponse, NotUsed> publishFlow = GooglePubSub.publish(1);

final CompletionStage<List<PublishResponse>> publishedMessageIds =
    source.via(publishFlow).runWith(Sink.seq(), materializer);

Similarly to before, we can publish a batch of messages for greater efficiency.

Scala
val projectId = "alpakka"
val topic = "simpleTopic"

val publishMessage: PubsubMessage =
  PubsubMessage()
    .withData(ByteString.copyFromUtf8("Hello world!"))

val messageSource: Source[PubsubMessage, NotUsed] = Source(List(publishMessage, publishMessage))
val published = messageSource
  .groupedWithin(1000, 1.minute)
  .map { msgs =>
    PublishRequest()
      .withTopic(s"projects/$projectId/topics/$topic")
      .addAllMessages(msgs)
  }
  .via(GooglePubSub.publish(parallelism = 1))
  .runWith(Sink.seq)
Java
final String projectId = "alpakka";
final String topic = "simpleTopic";

final PubsubMessage publishMessage =
    PubsubMessage.newBuilder().setData(ByteString.copyFromUtf8("Hello world!")).build();

final Source<PubsubMessage, NotUsed> messageSource = Source.single(publishMessage);
final CompletionStage<List<PublishResponse>> published =
    messageSource
        .groupedWithin(1000, Duration.ofMinutes(1))
        .map(
            messages ->
                PublishRequest.newBuilder()
                    .setTopic("projects/" + projectId + "/topics/" + topic)
                    .addAllMessages(messages)
                    .build())
        .via(GooglePubSub.publish(1))
        .runWith(Sink.seq(), materializer);

Subscribing

To receive messages from a subscription, there are two options: StreamingPullRequests or synchronous PullRequests. To decide whether you should use StreamingPullRequest or PullRequest, see StreamingPull: Dealing with large backlogs of small messages and Synchronous Pull from Google Cloud PubSub’s documentation

StreamingPullRequest

To receive message from a subscription, first we create a StreamingPullRequest with a FQRS of a subscription and a deadline for acknowledgements in seconds. Google requires that only the first StreamingPullRequest has the subscription and the deadline set. This connector takes care of that and clears up the subscription FQRS and the deadline for subsequent StreamingPullRequest messages.

Scala
val projectId = "alpakka"
val subscription = "simpleSubscription"

val request = StreamingPullRequest()
  .withSubscription(s"projects/$projectId/subscriptions/$subscription")
  .withStreamAckDeadlineSeconds(10)

val subscriptionSource: Source[ReceivedMessage, Future[Cancellable]] =
  GooglePubSub.subscribe(request, pollInterval = 1.second)
Java
final String projectId = "alpakka";
final String subscription = "simpleSubscription";

final StreamingPullRequest request =
    StreamingPullRequest.newBuilder()
        .setSubscription("projects/" + projectId + "/subscriptions/" + subscription)
        .setStreamAckDeadlineSeconds(10)
        .build();

final Duration pollInterval = Duration.ofSeconds(1);
final Source<ReceivedMessage, CompletableFuture<Cancellable>> subscriptionSource =
    GooglePubSub.subscribe(request, pollInterval);

Here pollInterval is the time between StreamingPullRequests are sent when there are no messages in the subscription.

PullRequest

With PullRequest, each request receives a batch of messages, up to a maximum specified by the maxMessages.

Scala
val projectId = "alpakka"
val subscription = "simpleSubscription"

val request = PullRequest()
  .withSubscription(s"projects/$projectId/subscriptions/$subscription")
  .withMaxMessages(10)

val subscriptionSource: Source[ReceivedMessage, Future[Cancellable]] =
  GooglePubSub.subscribePolling(request, pollInterval = 1.second)
Java
final String projectId = "alpakka";
final String subscription = "simpleSubscription";

final PullRequest request =
    PullRequest.newBuilder()
        .setSubscription("projects/" + projectId + "/subscriptions/" + subscription)
        .setMaxMessages(10)
        .build();

final Duration pollInterval = Duration.ofSeconds(1);
final Source<ReceivedMessage, CompletableFuture<Cancellable>> subscriptionSource =
    GooglePubSub.subscribePolling(request, pollInterval);

Here pollInterval is the time between PullRequest messages.

In order to minimise latency between requests you can set a buffer on the source. The buffer size depends on the usual number of messages you receive per each request, if you usually receive the maximum number of messages, it’s a good idea to set the buffer size to be the same as the maxMessages parameter. Please note that by having a buffer, you are allowing messages to spend some of their lease time in the buffer, hence reducing the time to process them before the acknowledgement deadline is reached. This will depend on your acknowledgement deadline and processing time.

Acknowledge

Messages received from the subscription need to be acknowledged or they will be sent again. To do that create AcknowledgeRequest that contains ackIds of the messages to be acknowledged and send them to a sink created by GooglePubSub.acknowledge.

Scala
val ackSink: Sink[AcknowledgeRequest, Future[Done]] =
  GooglePubSub.acknowledge(parallelism = 1)

subscriptionSource
  .map { message =>
    // do something fun
    message.ackId
  }
  .groupedWithin(10, 1.second)
  .map(ids => AcknowledgeRequest(ackIds = ids))
  .to(ackSink)
Java
final Sink<AcknowledgeRequest, CompletionStage<Done>> ackSink = GooglePubSub.acknowledge(1);

subscriptionSource
    .map(
        receivedMessage -> {
          // do some computation
          return receivedMessage.getAckId();
        })
    .groupedWithin(10, Duration.ofSeconds(1))
    .map(acks -> AcknowledgeRequest.newBuilder().addAllAckIds(acks).build())
    .to(ackSink);

Running the test code

Note

Integration test code requires Google Cloud Pub/Sub emulator running in the background. You can start it quickly using docker:

docker-compose up -d gcloud-pubsub-client

This will also run the Pub/Sub admin client that will create topics and subscriptions used by the integration tests.

Tests can be started from sbt by running:

sbt
> google-cloud-pub-sub-grpc/test

There is also an ExampleApp that can be used to test publishing to topics and receiving messages from subscriptions.

To run the example app you will need to configure a project and Pub/Sub in Google Cloud and provide your own credentials.

sbt
env GOOGLE_APPLICATION_CREDENTIALS=/path/to/application/credentials.json sbt

// receive messages from a subsciptions
> google-cloud-pub-sub-grpc/Test/run subscribe <project-id> <subscription-name>

// publish a single message to a topic
> google-cloud-pub-sub-grpc/Test/run publish-single <project-id> <topic-name>

// continually publish a message stream to a topic
> google-cloud-pub-sub-grpc/Test/run publish-stream <project-id> <topic-name>
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