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From Cassa L <lcas...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: shutdown by drain
Date Sat, 15 Oct 2011 04:31:48 GMT
> Now it is true that it could be a shame to interrupt a compaction that have
> been running for a long time and is about to finish (so typically not one
> that
> has just been triggered by your drain), but you can always check the
> compaction manager in JMX to see if it's the case before killing the node.
>
> --


Continuing this conversation. If there was a long running compaction
happening, I have to kill the node and start it again. Will it pick up that
compaction immediately?  Will this be part of start-up process or compaction
will be triggered after restart.

L.

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