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From aaron morton <aa...@thelastpickle.com>
Subject Re: Active / Active Data Center and RF
Date Tue, 22 Mar 2011 03:26:15 GMT
No, replicas will always be directed to the same nodes. Otherwise we would not know where to
find it. 

The OldNetworkTopologyStrategy alternated replicas between DC's , but it would still always
put them on the same nodes. 

Aaron

 
On 22 Mar 2011, at 05:31, mcasandra wrote:

> I think what I am trying to ask is this:
> 
> what happens if it's RF=3 with network toplogy (RackInferringSnitch) and 2
> copies are stored in Site A and 1 copy in Site B data center. Now client for
> some reason is directed to Site B data center and does a write/update on
> existing column, now would Site B have 2 copies too because of network
> topology (RackInferringSnitch)? 
> 
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