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From Nury Redjepow <>
Subject Re[2]: Problem with streaming with sstableloader into ubuntu node
Date Mon, 18 Jun 2012 15:13:20 GMT
Okay,  we investigated the problem and found the source of proble in package;
public class Descriptor
public static Pair<Descriptor,String> fromFilename(File directory, String name)
 // tokenize the filename
 StringTokenizer st = new StringTokenizer(name, String.valueOf(separator));
 String nexttok;
if bulkloader running from windows and cassandra running under Ubuntu, directory is ("KeySpaceName\\ColumnFamilyName\\KeySpaceName-ColumnFamilyName-hc-177-Data.db"

so at next rows  
String ksname = st.nextToken();
 String cfname = st.nextToken();

ksname becomes "KeySpaceName\\ColumnFamilyName\\KeySpaceName"
Sincerely, Nury.

Mon, 18 Jun 2012 15:40:17 +1200 от aaron morton <>:
Cross platform clusters are not really supported. 

That said it sounds like a bug. If you can create some steps to reproduce it please create
a ticket here it may get looked it. 


Aaron Morton
Freelance Developer
On 16/06/2012, at 12:41 AM, Nury Redjepow wrote:
Good day, everyone

We are using sstableloader to bulk insert data into cassandra. 

Script is executed on developers machine with Windows to Single Node Cassandra. 

"%JAVA_HOME%\bin\java" -ea -cp %CASSANDRA_CLASSPATH% -Xmx256M -d --debug -v "DestinationPrices/PricesByHotel" 

This works fine if destination cassandra is working under windows, but doesn't work with ubuntu
instance. Cli is able to connect, but sstable seem to have problem with keyspace name. Logs
in ubuntu instance show error messages like:

ERROR [Thread-41] 2012-06-15 16:05:47,620 (line 134) Exception
in thread Thread[Thread-41,5,main]
java.lang.AssertionError: Unknown keyspace DestinationPrices\PricesByHotel\DestinationPrices

In our schema we have keyspace DestinationPrices, and column family PricesByHotel. Somehow
it's not accepted properly.

So my question is, how should I specify keyspace name in command, to make it work correctly
with Ubuntu?
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