Needed to run schematool, and it clicked into place. Command for future reference:

bin/schematool localhost 8080 import

--David

On Mon, Nov 8, 2010 at 3:03 PM, Aaron Morton <aaron@thelastpickle.com> wrote:
Check that the nodes all have the same view of the schema, for a small cluster it's easy enough to just use jconsole. 

Then turn up the logging and see what happening server side. 

Aaron
 

On 09 Nov, 2010,at 08:55 AM, David Replogle <david.replogle@steketeegreiner.com> wrote:

With Python I'm using the fantastic Pycassa library by Tyler (who previously responded). Now I'm getting a "keyspace does not exist error" which I'm trying to sort out right now... because, well, it does exist. I added the following catch:

 catch (org::apache::cassandra::InvalidRequestException &ire) {
        cout << "InvalidRequestException: " << ire.why << endl;
    }

And now I get this output:

InvalidRequestException: Keyspace does not exist

On Mon, Nov 8, 2010 at 2:32 PM, Aaron Morton <aaron@thelastpickle.com> wrote:
Not sure if this is the problem but the default in 0.7* is to used framed transport, which means creating the TFramedTransport rather than TBufferedTransport 

How are you connecting with python? Is it using framed transport?

Hope that helps. 
Aaron


On 09 Nov, 2010,at 07:55 AM, David Replogle <david.replogle@steketeegreiner.com> wrote:

I'm using Cassandra 0.7beta3 and it's running on localhost:9160 and Python works with it just fine. So, I go to run C++ against the system and I get:

TTransportException: No more data to read.

I did the thrift --gen cpp interface/cassandra.thrift in my 0.7beta3 folder
then included those files in the C++ code, and it builds fine, and runs.

It bombs out on the set_keyspace call... the code is short so I'll paste it here (not counting includes and using calls):

---

const string host("localhost");
const int port= 9160;

int main()
{
    try {
        boost::shared_ptr<TSocket> socket(new TSocket(host, port));
        boost::shared_ptr<TTransport> transport(new TBufferedTransport(socket));
        boost::shared_ptr<TProtocol> protocol(new TBinaryProtocol(transport));

        CassandraClient client(protocol);
        transport->open();

        string version;
        client.set_keyspace("Crawldata");
        transport->close();
    } catch (apache::thrift::transport::TTransportException &tte) {
        cout << "TTransportException: " << tte.what() << endl;
    }
    return 0;
}

---

It throws this same error with a series of other calls. This is probably (hopefully) something stupid I'm missing. Do I really need to run the C++ server component (which seems superfluous since it's not actually my Cassandra instance) as detailed here: http://wiki.apacheorg/thrift/ThriftUsageC%2B%2B

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David Replogle | Senior Programmer Analyst

Catalyst SGC
44 Grandville Ave SW, Ste. 270, Grand Rapids, MI 49503
Office: 616.855.5522 x204 | Mobile: 616.293.2788




--
David Replogle | Senior Programmer Analyst

Catalyst SGC
44 Grandville Ave SW, Ste. 270, Grand Rapids, MI 49503
Office: 616.855.5522 x204 | Mobile: 616.293.2788