sorry i'm not very familiar with python, are you meaning that the files are stored in the file system of the os?

then , the cassandra just stores the path to access the files?


On Mon, Apr 26, 2010 at 8:57 AM, Shuge Lee <shuge.lee@gmail.com> wrote:
In Python:

keyspace.columnfamily[key][column] = value

files.video[uuid.uuid4()]['name'] = 'foo.flv'
files.video[uuid.uuid4()]['path'] = '/var/files/foo.flv'

create a mapping
files.video =  {
    uuid.uuid4() : {
        'name' : 'foo.flv',
        'path' : '/var/files/foo.flv',
    }
}

if most of sizes >= 0.5MB, use sys-fs/reiser4progs, else use ext4.


2010/4/26 Bingbing Liu <rucbing@gmail.com>

any suggestion?
 
2010-04-26

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