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From Marty Greenia <martygree...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Cassandra on AWS across Regions
Date Tue, 29 Jun 2010 02:27:43 GMT
What are you using for ListenAddress and ThriftAddress in the
storage-conf.xml file? By default, they are set to 'localhost', which means
Node A is probably telling Node B to contact itself on the private IP
address.

Marty


On Mon, Jun 28, 2010 at 7:18 PM, Lenin Gali <galilenin@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi All,
>
> We have a Cassandra cluster setup with 2 EC2 m1.large machines, one is
> running in us-east zone whereas 2nd one is running in us-west zone. As part
> of Seed section, I provided each other's node's EC2 public DNS entry in each
> of storage-conf.xml. but when I ran nodetool command, I am not finding both
> ec2 nodes as part of Ring which is because they have registered each other
> using their Private IP address for receiving gossip messages and those
> private ips won't be reachable across zones. So what should be done to make
> both nodes to be registered with each other with their Public DNS/IP address
> instead their Private IP. This is not a problem if we setup the entire
> cluster with in the same region and zones (US-EAST), cuz they can
> communicate with private IP. Can any one share What is the recommended
> approach here?
>
>
> Lenin
>
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