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From mcasandra <mohitanch...@gmail.com>
Subject Two versions of schema
Date Fri, 15 Apr 2011 19:03:44 GMT
Is there a problem?


[default@StressKeyspace] update column family StressStandard with
keys_cached=100;
854ee0a0-6792-11e0-81f9-93d987913479
Waiting for schema agreement...
The schema has not settled in 10 seconds; further migrations are ill-advised
until it does.
Versions are 854ee0a0-6792-11e0-81f9-93d987913479:[10.18.62.202,
10.18.62.203, 10.18.62.200, 10.18.62.204, 10.18.62.199, 10.18.62.196,
10.18.62.197],22d165ff-6783-11e0-81f9-93d987913479:[10.18.62.198]


I remember reading somewhere before that when you have 2 versions of schemas
you are basically in trouble. Can someone explain what it means and it's
implications?

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