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From CASSANDRA learner <cassandralear...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Slow Reads
Date Wed, 27 Jul 2011 07:35:34 GMT
R u using hector client for java

On Tue, Jul 26, 2011 at 11:17 PM, Priyanka <priya429@gmail.com> wrote:

> this is how my data looks
> “rowkey1”:{
>            “supercol1”:{ “col1”:T,”col2”:C}
>            “supercol2”:{“col1”:C,”col2”:T }
>            “supercol3”:{ “col1”:C,”col2”:T}
>                }
> "rowkey2”:{
>           “supercol1”:{ “col1”:A,”col2”:A}
>            “supercol2”:{“col1”:A,”col2”:T }
>            “supercol3”:{ “col1”:C,”col2”:T}
>             }
>
> each row has 620901 super columns and 2 columns for each super column.
> Name of the super columns remain same for all the rows but the data in each
> super column is different.
> I am trying to get the data of a particular super col which is spread
> across
> all the rows but with different data.
>
> So  yes,its getting data from all rows.
> Please suggest me a better way to do so.
> Thank you.
>
> the output of my query will be (suppose if i do for supercol1)
> rowkey1,T,C
> rowkey2,A,A
>
>
>
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