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From Aaron Morton <>
Subject Re: Graceful restart
Date Tue, 03 Aug 2010 20:54:15 GMT
Under 0.6.* you need to alter the storage-conf.xml and restart the node. You can do this as
a rolling restart in the cluster. 

Under 0.7* you can make dynamic changes to the storage config through the API. 

If your experimenting perhaps you could grab the source code for 0.7 and give it a try. I
think beta 1 will be out in a few weeks.  


On 04 Aug, 2010,at 07:36 AM, Mark <> wrote:

We just started using Cassandra 0.6.4 yesterday for simple logging of a 
particular action. This is pretty much experimental for us at this stage 
so we only have 1 node up and running (no gasps please). My question is 
how can I add another column family (ie alter storage-conf.xml) without 
disrupting service. Is there some sort of graceful restart?

Going forward, how is this accomplished with a multi-node architecture? 

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