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From tsuraan <>
Subject Re: Concurrent SuperColumn update question
Date Fri, 23 Apr 2010 17:07:49 GMT
> On Thu, Apr 22, 2010 at 11:34 AM, tsuraan <> wrote:
>> Suppose I have a SuperColumn CF where one of the SuperColumns in each
>> row is being treated as a list (e.g. keys only, values are just
>> empty).  In this list, values will only ever be added; deletion never
>> occurs.  If I have two processes simultaneously add values to this
>> list (on different nodes, whatever), is that guaranteed to be safe
>> from race conditions?
> As long as you use column names that do not collide, such as uuids.

Ok, thanks.

>> Also, in a scheme like this, is there a limit on the number of entries
>> I can have in my "list"?  I know that compaction normally needs to
>> read an entire row into RAM in order to compact it.  Does this also
>> apply to SuperColumn columns?
> #3 here:

Ouch, that's unfortunate.  Thanks for pointing me to that one; I had
somehow missed it, I guess.

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