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From Weijun Li <weiju...@gmail.com>
Subject Testing row cache feature in trunk: write should put record in cache
Date Wed, 17 Feb 2010 01:11:19 GMT
Just started to play with the row cache feature in trunk: it seems to be
working fine so far except that for RowsCached parameter you need to specify
number of rows rather than a percentage (e.g., "20%" doesn't work). Thanks
for this great feature that improves read latency dramatically so that disk
i/o is no longer a serious bottleneck.

The problem is: when you write to Cassandra it doesn't seem to put the new
keys in row cache (it is said to update instead invalidate if the entry is
already in cache). Is it easy to implement this feature? What are the
classes that should be touched for this? I'm guessing that
RowMutationVerbHandler should be the one to insert the entry in row cache?

-Weijun

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