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From hive13 Wong <>
Subject Skipping corrupted rows when doing compaction
Date Tue, 01 Jun 2010 12:37:57 GMT

Is there a way to skip corrupted rows when doing compaction?

We are currently deploying 2 nodes with replicationfactor=2 but one node
reports lots of exceptions like malformed
input around byte 72. My guess is that some of the data in the SSTable is
corrupted but not all because I can still read data out of the related CF
but for some keys.

It's OK for us to throw away a small portion of the data to get the nodes
working normal.

If there is no such way to skip corrupted rows can I just clean all the data
in the corrupted node and then add it back to the cluster?
Will it automatically migrating data from the other node?



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