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From A J <>
Subject Re: LB scenario
Date Wed, 06 Apr 2011 17:26:11 GMT
I have done some more research. My question now is:

1. From my tests I see that it matters a lot whether the co-ordinator
node is local (geographically) to the client or not.
I will have a cassandra cluster where nodes will be distributed across
the globe. Say 3 in US east_cost, 3 in US west_coast and 3 in europe.
Now, if I can help, I would like to have most of the traffic from my
california clients being handled by the west_coast nodes. But incase
the west_coast nodes are down or slow, the co-ordinator node can be

What is the best strategy to give different weight to different nodes,
where some nodes are preferred over the others.


On Tue, Apr 5, 2011 at 2:23 PM, Peter Schuller
<> wrote:
>> Can someone comment on this ? Or is the question too vague ?
> Honestly yeah I couldn't figure out what you were asking ;) What
> specifically about the diagram are you trying to convey?
> --
> / Peter Schuller

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