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From Vijay <>
Subject Re: Single node
Date Thu, 08 Dec 2011 19:15:04 GMT
You can add a DNS entry with multiple IP's or something like a elastic ip
which will keep switching between the active machines. or you can also
write your custom seed provider class. Not sure if you will get a quorum
when there dev's are on vacation :)


On Thu, Dec 8, 2011 at 11:05 AM, Stephen Pope <>wrote:

>  Is there a way to set up a single node cluster without specifying
> anything about the specific machine in cassandra.yaml? I’ve cleared the
> values from listen_address and rpc_address, but it complains upon startup
> that no other nodes can be seen (presumably because the ip in the seeds
> doesn’t match).****
> ** **
> The reason I’m trying to do this is because we deploy cassandra on each
> developer’s machine, and we’d like to be able to use our client across
> machines using the hostname. Ideally, none of the developers would have to
> change the base config that gets deployed. ****
> ** **
> The default config file works as a single node cluster, but won’t let you
> talk to it across machines (we’re using windows, in case it’s relevant).**
> **
> ** **
> Cheers,****
> Steve****

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