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From Dipan Shah <>
Subject Re: How bottom of cassandra save data efficiently?
Date Tue, 31 Dec 2019 09:34:19 GMT
Hello lampahome,

Data will be compressed but you will also have to account for the replication factor that
you will be using.


Dipan Shah

From: lampahome <>
Sent: Tuesday, December 31, 2019 8:06 AM
To: <>
Subject: How bottom of cassandra save data efficiently?

If I use var a as primary key and var b as second key, and a and b are 16 bytes and 8 bytes.

And other data are 32 bytes.

In one row, I have a+b+data = 16+8+32 = 56 bytes.

If I have 100,000 rows to store in cassandra, will it occupy space 56x100000 bytes in my disk?
Or data will be compressed?


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