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From Eyal Bar <eyal....@kenshoo.com>
Subject Installing a Cassandra cluster with multiple Linux OSs (Ubuntu+CentOS)
Date Sun, 14 Oct 2018 15:09:58 GMT
Hi all,

Did anyone installed a Cassandra cluster with mixed Linux OSs where some of
the nodes were ubuntu 12\14\16 and some of the nodes where CentOS7?

Will it work without issues?

*Rational*: We have a 40 servers cluster which was originally installed
only with Ubuntu servers. Now we want to move to CentOS 7 but the effort of
reinstalling the entire cluster + migration to CentOS 7 is not simple. So
we thought about adding new CentOS 7 nodes to the existing cluster and
gradually remove the Ubuntu ones.

Would love to read your thoughts.

Best,

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