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From Apache Wiki <wikidi...@apache.org>
Subject [Cassandra Wiki] Trivial Update of "GettingStarted_draft" by MakiWatanabe
Date Fri, 24 Feb 2012 02:55:47 GMT
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The "GettingStarted_draft" page has been changed by MakiWatanabe:
http://wiki.apache.org/cassandra/GettingStarted_draft?action=diff&rev1=65&rev2=66

Comment:
Cosmetic changes

  !DataStax's latest [[http://www.datastax.com/docs/1.0/index|Cassandra documentation]] covers
topics from installation to troubleshooting.  Documentation for older releases is also available.
   
  == Introduction ==
- This document aims to provide a few easy to follow steps to take the first-time user from
installation, to running single node Cassandra.
+ This document aims to provide a few easy to follow steps to take the first-time user from
installation, to running single node Cassandra, and overview to configure multinode cluster.
  Cassandra is meant to run on a cluster of nodes, but will run equally well on a single machine.
This is a handy way of getting familiar with the software while avoiding the complexities
of a larger system.
    
  == Step 0: Prerequisites and connection to the community ==
@@ -70, +70 @@

  MAX_HEAP_SIZE="96M"
  HEAP_NEWSIZE="24M"
  }}}
- If you find OutOfMemory exceptions or massive GCs with this configuration, increase these
values.
+ If you face OutOfMemory exceptions or massive GCs with this configuration, increase these
values.
  '''Don't start your production service with such tiny heap configuration!'''
  
   Note for Mac Uses:
@@ -143, +143 @@

  Now you can store data into ''Users'' column family.
  
  {{{
- [default@DEMO] set Users[utf8('1234')][utf8('name')] = utf8('scott tiger');
+ [default@DEMO] set Users[utf8('1234')][utf8('name')] = utf8('scott');
  Value inserted.
  Elapsed time: 10 msec(s).
+ [default@DEMO] set Users[utf8('1234')][utf8('password')] = utf8('tiger');
+ Value inserted.
+ Elapsed time: 10 msec(s).
  [default@DEMO]
  }}}
  
- You have inserted a row to Users column family. The row key is '1234', and the row has a
column named 'name', and the value is 'scott tiger'.
+ You have inserted a row to Users column family. The row key is '1234', and we set the 2
columns in the row: column named 'name', and 'password'.
  'utf8()' means  to treat the data as UTF8 string. Refer to 'help set;' for more details.
  Now let's try to fetch data you inserted.
  
  {{{
  [default@DEMO] get Users[utf8('1234')];
- => (column=6e616d65, value=73636f7474207469676572, timestamp=1329790977261000)
+ => (column=6e616d65, value=73636f7474, timestamp=1330051295937000)
+ => (column=70617373776f7264, value=7469676572, timestamp=1330051308368000)
  
- Returned 1 results.
+ Returned 2 results.
  Elapsed time: 9 msec(s).
  [default@DEMO]
  }}}
@@ -173, +177 @@

  [default@DEMO] assume Users validator as utf8;      
  Assumption for column family 'Users' added successfully.
  [default@DEMO] get Users['1234'];
- => (column=name, value=scott tiger, timestamp=1329790977261000)
+ => (column=name, value=scott, timestamp=1330051295937000)
+ => (column=password, value=tiger, timestamp=1330051308368000)
  
- Returned 1 results.
+ Returned 2 results.
  Elapsed time: 9 msec(s).
  [default@DEMO]
  }}}

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