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From Apache Wiki <wikidi...@apache.org>
Subject [Cassandra Wiki] Update of "ThomasBoose/dbms implementation" by ThomasBoose
Date Wed, 12 Jan 2011 19:05:17 GMT
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The "ThomasBoose/dbms implementation" page has been changed by ThomasBoose.
http://wiki.apache.org/cassandra/ThomasBoose/dbms%20implementation?action=diff&rev1=2&rev2=3

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  = Install =
  To test this dbms.py script follow these steps:
  
- - Make sure you have cassandra running (version 0.6.9) - Make sure you have python, pycassa
(version 0.3.0), hashlib and time installed on the client - Dateutil is included in the archive.
- Stop cassandra (/etc/init.d/cassandra stop on ubuntu) - In storage-conf.xml replace 192.168.56.101
by the IP adres of your cassandra server. - Replace the storage-conf.xml file on you cassandra
server by the one in this archive
+  . Make sure you have cassandra running (version 0.6.9) 
+  . Make sure you have python, pycassa (version 0.3.0), hashlib and time installed on the
client
+  . Dateutil is included in the archive.
  
+  . Stop cassandra (/etc/init.d/cassandra stop on ubuntu)
+  . In storage-conf.xml replace 192.168.56.101 by the IP address of your cassandra server.
+  . Replace the storage-conf.xml file on you cassandra server by the one in this archive
-  . alternatively you can add the Keyspace "DBMS" to your current storage.conf.
+       alternatively you can add the Keyspace "DBMS" to your current storage.conf.
  
+  . Restart cassandra
- - Restart cassandra - In dbms.py and createrepo.py, replace 192.168.56.101 by the IP adres
of your cassandra server. - Run: python createrepo.py
+  . In dbms.py and createrepo.py, replace 192.168.56.101 by the IP address of your cassandra
server.
+  . Run: python createrepo.py
+      This will populate your dbms repo with dbms rules.
+  . Run: python driver.py
+      This will demonstrate the dbms functions.
  
-  . This will populate your dbms repo with dbms rules.
+  . Let me know what you think
+  . Please notify me of changes, experiments and other interest in this project.
+  . Statements about implementations on more recent versions of cassandra and pycassa are
also welcome
  
- - Run: python driver.py
- 
-  . This will demonstrate the dbms functions.
- 
- - Let me know what you think - Please notify me of changes, expiriments and other intrest
in this project. - Statements about implementations on more recent versions of cassandra and
pycassa are also welcome
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