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From Javier Canillas <javier.canil...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Indexes and hard disk
Date Sat, 12 Feb 2011 15:05:45 GMT
As for indexes, cassandra supports columns as indexes (there is a
property called some sort of "type" that can have the value "KEYS".
Start your search in that direction (this is a feature from 0.7)
introduce when you create dinamically columnfamilies and you declare
its columns

On the other hand, if your application will use heavily cassandra i
recommend making a calcularon of the data volumen that will handle and
using a partition that is actually 3 to 5 times bigger. Doing so you
will be able to play around with compactation strategy to avoid
latency when your application is under heavy load.

Hope this information is useful to you

Regards,

Javier canillas

El 12/02/2011, a las 04:24, mcasandra <mohitanchlia@gmail.com> escribió:

>
> Are indexes supported in Cassandra? If yes then what kind? Also, if it's
> supported then please point me to the place that give more information about
> it.
>
> Are there any kind of hard disk in particular recommended by Cassandra? We
> generally get only 500GB hard disks on our virtual machines. But I read that
> it's better to have 2TB HDD.
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