You are right, but I have the feeling that this is a different use cases, i.e. we have a happy case (eventuality when everything is up and working) and not so happy one to say.
Best regards, Daniel.
Don't forget nodes going down. The "ONE" node that took your write> I have one question about the eventuality, i.e. do you know what are the
> variables from which it depends. Well the most obvoius is the
> ConsistencyLevel, so lets assume it is set to ONE. The question is that the
> eventuallity is the relative time to spread changes across the cassandra
> nodes. I suspect that the most important variables are the network latency
> and utilization (number of replicas) and number of concurrent requests from
> clients, I think the other variables like CPU power and memory are not so
> important. Do you have practical observations about this topic. Thank you
> very much!
could have gone down immediately afterwards. "Eventually" can be a
significant period into the future.
/ Peter Schuller aka scode