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Subject [Cassandra Wiki] Trivial Update of "CassandraCli" by MatthewChurcher
Date Sun, 18 Dec 2011 01:07:02 GMT
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  Cassandra ships with a very basic interactive command line interface. Using the CLI you
can connect to remote nodes in the cluster to create or update your schema and set and retrieve
records.
  
  The examples below have been tested with Cassandra 1.0.6. For instructions for previous
versions of Cassandra see one of: [[CassandraCli07]], [[CassandraCli06]].
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  == Starting the CLI ==
  You can start the CLI using the {{{bin/cassandra-cli}}} script in your Cassandra installation
({{{bin\cassandra-cli.bat}}} on windows). The example below assumes that you are evaluating
a local cassandra node. If this is true ensure your node has been correctly configured and
successfully started before running the CLI. If you want to run commands on a remote node
you will need to specify the {{{-host}}} command line argument. Use {{{bin/cassandra-cli -?}}}
for more information on CLI arguments.
  

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