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From ArtemGr <artem...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: How to setup a big shared files system
Date Tue, 28 Dec 2010 15:53:52 GMT
nicolas lattuada <nicolaslattuada <at> hotmail.fr> writes:
> Of course the data cannot stand on a single server,
> so what would you recomend for these needs?

Run multiple Cassandra instances, one instance per server.

> Is it possible to have multiple cassandras instances
> accessing the same index over a shared file cluster,
> or is it better to do partitionning?

AFAIK, it should be possible
to run multiple Cassandra instances over a POSIX-compatible cluster filesystem,
but this would not be efficient.

> Is  hardware for such a setup expensive?

Take, for example, server4you servers
(http://www.server4you.com/root-server/ecoserver.php)
Your 100 000 Giga bytes / 320 gb * 2 (replication factor) * 1.5 (overhead)
= a thouthand servers? 39000$ / month?





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