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From Brad Willard <>
Subject Re: Cluster Installation Verification
Date Tue, 26 Apr 2011 19:14:20 GMT
The setup is as the seed and the other three nodes
bootstrapped. I attached two cassandra.yaml files, the config of the
seed, and the config of one of the cluster nodes.

Ring output
/opt/cassandra/apache-cassandra-0.7.4# ./bin/nodetool -h ring
Address         Status State   Load            Owns    Token

133836233891526335447940652806240328892       Up     Normal  42.53 KB        50.00%
48765642161291719582097000948298276028      Up     Normal  42.71 KB        12.50%
70033290093850373548557913912783789244      Up     Normal  42.67 KB        12.50%
91300938026409027515018826877269302460      Up     Normal  42.64 KB        25.00%

Replicate Strategy is whatever is default, I'm not sure how to set it.
The consistency leve in the client is set to one.


On Tue, Apr 26, 2011 at 2:25 PM, Jonathan Colby
<> wrote:
> What replication strategy did you use?  how does the ring look?  were the newly added
nodes bootstrapped? is 1 or more nodes listed as a seed?
> Lots of questions.  but maybe you could post your cassandra.yaml here and we can take
a look at it.
> The output of nodetool ring would also be good.
> Jon
> On Apr 26, 2011, at 7:27 PM, Brad Willard wrote:
>> I'm trying to setup a cassandra cluster with 0.7.4 on 4 nodes. I
>> initially did a single server test that went beautifully with a test
>> that inserted 16 million rows with no issues. However when I tried to
>> create a 4 node cluster I've been seeing weird behavior. I seem to be
>> able to run my same test without errors, however when I use the
>> cassanda-cli to look at the data, it appears as though nothing has
>> been inserted. I verified the server I've connected to, verified the
>> correct keyspace and column family. I've already used the nodetool to
>> verify all the other servers are listed in the ring.
>> I followed these instructions for the setup:
>> So how can I verify my cluster is working correctly?  Any help would
>> be amazing as I'm evaluating this for my company.
>> Thanks,
>> Brad

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