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From Apache Wiki <wikidi...@apache.org>
Subject [Cassandra Wiki] Update of "CassandraCli" by jeremyhanna
Date Thu, 24 Feb 2011 00:53:50 GMT
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The "CassandraCli" page has been changed by jeremyhanna.
http://wiki.apache.org/cassandra/CassandraCli?action=diff&rev1=31&rev2=32

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  In the above example we started the cli with no options. You can specify things like `-host`,
`-port`, `-keyspace`, `-username`, `-password`, etc. Use `bin/cassandra-cli -?` for a full
set of options.
  
- We went on to connect to our local Cassandra node. We created keyspace `Twissandra` and
column family `User` with the default options. Note that with the column family, we used a
UTF8Type comparator.  That means that the columns will be sorted based on UTF8Type sorting.
 It also means that when the column names are displayed on the command-line, they will be
displayed as UTF8Type (readable) text. For more information and options for creating column
families type `help create column family;` on the command line. Finally, we exited from our
cli shell.
+ We went on to connect to our local Cassandra node. We created keyspace `Twissandra` and
column family `User`. Note that with the column family, we used a UTF8Type comparator.  That
means that the columns will be sorted based on UTF8Type sorting.  It also means that when
the column names are displayed on the command-line, they will be displayed as UTF8Type (readable)
text. For more information and options for creating column families type `help create column
family;` on the command line. Finally, we exited from our cli shell.
  
  Let's get back into the shell with some options specified and create some data.
  

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