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From Даниел Симеонов <>
Subject Re: eventuality
Date Wed, 05 May 2010 10:41:56 GMT
   You are right, but I have the feeling that this is a different use cases,
i.e. we have a happy case (eventuality when everything is up and working)
and not so happy one to say.
Best regards, Daniel.

2010/5/5 Peter Schüller <>

> >    I have one question about the eventuality, i.e. do you know what are
> the
> > variables from which it depends. Well the most obvoius is the
> > ConsistencyLevel, so lets assume it is set to ONE. The question is that
> the
> > eventuallity is the relative time to spread changes across the cassandra
> > nodes. I suspect that the most important variables are  the network
> latency
> > and utilization (number of replicas) and number of concurrent requests
> from
> > clients, I think the other variables like CPU power and memory are not so
> > important. Do you have practical observations about this topic. Thank you
> > very much!
> Don't forget nodes going down. The "ONE" node that took your write
> could have gone down immediately afterwards. "Eventually" can be a
> significant period into the future.
> --
> / Peter Schuller aka scode

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