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From Brian O'Neill <boneil...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: 1000's of column families
Date Tue, 02 Oct 2012 14:37:49 GMT
Exactly.

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On 10/2/12 9:55 AM, "Ben Hood" <0x6e6562@gmail.com> wrote:

>Brian,
>
>On Tue, Oct 2, 2012 at 2:20 PM, Brian O'Neill <boneill42@gmail.com> wrote:
>>
>> Without putting too much thought into it...
>>
>> Given the underlying architecture, I think you could/would have to write
>> your own partitioner, which would partition based on the prefix/virtual
>> keyspace.
>
>I might be barking up the wrong tree here, but looking at source of
>ColumnFamilyInputFormat, it seems that you can specify a KeyRange for
>the input, but only when you use an order preserving partitioner. So I
>presume that if you are using the RandomPartitioner, you are
>effectively doing a full CF scan (i.e. including all tenants in your
>system).
>
>Ben



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