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From Aaron Morton <aa...@thelastpickle.com>
Subject Re: cassandra-cli (output) broken for super columns
Date Tue, 08 Feb 2011 20:18:24 GMT
Can you raise a ticket that includes script for Cassandra-cli to insert data that reproduces
the fault ?

Aaron

On 9/02/2011, at 3:11 AM, Timo Nentwig <timo.nentwig@toptarif.de> wrote:

> 
> On Feb 8, 2011, at 13:41, Stephen Connolly wrote:
> 
>> On 8 February 2011 10:38, Timo Nentwig <timo.nentwig@toptarif.de> wrote:
>>> This is not what it's supposed to be like, is it?
> 
> Looks alright:
> 
>>> [default@foo] get foo[page-field];
>>> => (super_column=20110208,
>>>    (column=82f4c650-2d53-11e0-a08b-58b035f3f60d, value=msg1, timestamp=1297159430471000)
>>>    (column=82f4c650-2d53-11e0-a08b-58b035f3f60e, value=msg2, timestamp=1297159437423000)
>>>    (column=82f4c650-2d53-11e0-a08b-58b035f3f60f, value=msg3, timestamp=1297159439855000))
>>> Returned 1 results.
> 
> Missing first half of column 1 is  and UUID is not printed correctly anymore:
> 
>>> [default@foo] get foo[page-field][20110208];
>>> , value=msg1, timestamp=1297159430471000)
>>> => (column=???P-S???X?5??, value=msg2, timestamp=1297159437423000)
>>> => (column=???P-S???X?5??, value=msg3, timestamp=1297159439855000)
>>> Returned 3 results.
> 
> Still prints only half of the column:
> 
>>> [default@foo] get foo[page-field][20110208][82f4c650-2d53-11e0-a08b-58b035f3f60d];
>>> , value=msg1, timestamp=1297159430471000)
> 
> Applies only to first column?!
> 
>>> [default@foo] get foo[page-field][20110208][82f4c650-2d53-11e0-a08b-58b035f3f60e];
>>> => (column=???P-S???X?5??, value=msg2, timestamp=1297159437423000)
>>> 
>>> 
>>>       - name: foo
>>>         column_type: Super
>>>         compare_with: AsciiType
>>>         compare_subcolumns_with: TimeUUIDType
>>>         default_validation_class: AsciiType
>> 
>> Is it the ?'s that you are complaining about or is it something else?
>> 
>> If it is the ?'s have you got a mismatch between the character
>> encoding in your shell and UTF-8?
> 
> Nope. See above :) Esp. that the first column isn't printed completely.

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