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From Jan <>
Subject Re: Cassandra 2.0.11 with stargate-core read writes are slow
Date Sat, 31 Jan 2015 18:06:42 GMT
HI Asit; 
Question 1) Am I using the right hardware as of now I am testing say 100000 record reads.
Answer:  Recommend looking at either the 'sar' output logs &  watching nodetool cfstats
& watching your system.log files to track hardware usage & JVM presssure.    As
a rule of thumb, its recommeneded to have 8 GB for the C* JVM itself on production systems.
Question 3)   Is unclear,  pl.   rephrase the question.    
hope this helpsJan  
C* Architect 

     On Saturday, January 31, 2015 5:33 AM, Carlos Rolo <> wrote:

 HI Asit,

The only help I'm going to give is on point 3), as I have little experience with 2) and 1)
depends on a lot of factors.
For testing the workload use this:
It probably covers all your testing needs.


Carlos Juzarte RoloCassandra Consultant Pythian - Love your data
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On Sat, Jan 31, 2015 at 2:49 AM, Asit KAUSHIK <> wrote:

Hi all,
We are testing our logging application on 3 node cluster each system is virtual machine with
4 cores and 8GB RAM with RedHat enterprise. Now my question is in 3 parts
1) Am I using the right hardware as of now I am testing say 100000 record reads.
2) I am using Stargate-core for full text search is there any slowness observed because of
that as ???
2) How can I simulate the write load I created an application which creates say 20 threads
and each tread I insert 1000 records and on each thread I open cluster connection session
connection execute 1000 records and close the connection. This takes a lot of time please
suggest if I missing something


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