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From mcasandra <>
Subject RE: Basic Cassandra Architecture questions
Date Fri, 11 Feb 2011 18:17:38 GMT

What's the best practice in terms of consistency? I am assuming R+W > N
should be the best practice.

I thought even if R+W=N then there is some version level reconciliation that
kicks off if in case older version of the key/value is read. But to think of
it may not be possible. But then if R+W <= N it means there is a high chance
of getting wrong version of the key/value. Is that true?
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