Yes, no problem with my live Cassandra server.
On Mon, Apr 5, 2010 at 9:11 PM, JKnight JKnight <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:Sounds like flush generates a lot of i/o. Not surprising.
> Thanks Jonathan,
> When I run "nodeprobe flush" with parameter -host is Cassandra server setup
> on my computer, my computer is hang up by Cassandra. (When I kill all Java
> process, the computer will work well)
So... no problem, right?
> Yesterday, when run "nodeprobe flush" on my live server, I didn't flush all
> keyspace so that commit log files weren't deleted. Today, after flush for
> all keyspace, commit log files were deleted