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From Lee Roth <>
Subject Re: Baby steps Solaris x86 - still failing
Date Mon, 01 Feb 2010 02:57:26 GMT

 >Jonathan Ellis
 >Sun, 31 Jan 2010 11:54:52 -0800
 >looks like you downloaded the src tarball but did not build it.  use
 >the binary tarball, or run "ant" first.

I was going by the contents of README.txt in the unpacked source 
bundle... it doesn't mention build via "ant" at all. Again, I'm a 
newb at java-based apps (but I won't be for long).

I did the build with "ant" (using some tips from ) and things are running well now:

  [lee@atari:~/temp/cass]$ bin/cassandra -f
  Listening for transport dt_socket at address: 8888
  INFO - Replaying /var/lib/cassandra/commitlog/CommitLog-1264992409118.log
  INFO - LocationInfo has reached its threshold; switching in a fresh Memtable
  INFO - Enqueuing flush of Memtable(LocationInfo)@7885469
  INFO - Sorting Memtable(LocationInfo)@7885469
  INFO - Writing Memtable(LocationInfo)@7885469
  INFO - Completed flushing 
  INFO - Log replay complete
  INFO - Saved Token found: 79096758621310843455342414132382295511
  INFO - Starting up server gossip
  INFO - Cassandra starting up...

Note to any of you that may be try Cassandra on Solaris for the first 
time: "ant" is likely already installed, but by default isn't in your 
path. Add "/usr/sfw/bin" to your PATH environmental to find "ant".

Thanks Jonathan!

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