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From Serdar Irmak <>
Subject consistency question
Date Tue, 15 Feb 2011 08:59:30 GMT

In a 3 node named (named A,B,C) setup with replication factor 3 and quorum read/write scenario;
suppose a new value of data X is written to A and B but not C with any reason, then A wend
down and I fired D with the data of C or with an empty data where in a case is X is not present
in D.
Then when I read quorum, nodes C and D responded and gave me the old value (then read repair
in background). So doesn't it mean there is no constistency with quorum, too ?

My best

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