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From tsi <thorsten.s...@t-systems.com>
Subject Re: Replacing a dead node in Cassandra 2.0.8
Date Wed, 13 Aug 2014 13:07:02 GMT
OK, now supposing Cassandra is run in a VM that crashes and I restore it from
a snapshot done some time ago. Data is stored redundantly (replication
factor 3) and I'm using consistency level QUORUM for reads and writes. That
means no data should be lost as the latest data will at least be stored on
another node. Now what do I have to do to sync the "dead node" again after
restoring the VM from the snapshot? Will a nodetool repair command be
sufficient?



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