Again I don't really know the specifics of Solandra but in Solr (so Solandra being a cousin of Solr it should be true too) you have XML fields like this :<fields name="hashedpassword" stored=true/false indexed=true/false>Just turn indexed to false and it's not going to be indexed...Thrift won't affect Solandra at all.2011/6/4 Jean-Nicolas Boulay Desjardins <email@example.com>
Hi,So if I understand Solandra.All the data are in Solandra and you can query them like you would normaly with a normal Cassandra setup and search through them.The data from the indexing of Solr is stored in Cassandra column family...Second, question. I have Thrift already install will it affect my setup of Solandra?Thrid question: my passwords (yes, I know, I will hash them :) I am no Sony) even hash I don't want them to be index by Solr in Solandra; is there a way to stop Solandra from indexing the hash passwords or any other data or should I put this information in another DB?Is Solandra as stable as Cassandra?Sorry, I am just EXTREMELY curious! :)Thanks allot for your time and help!--On Sat, Jun 4, 2011 at 8:29 PM, Jake Luciani <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:On Saturday, June 4, 2011, Kirk Peterson <email@example.com> wrote:Yes. Both services are running. Cassandra thrift and solr
> I think the OP was asking if you can use the same Cassandra cluster that Solandra is integrated with to store non-Solandra in a different keyspace. This would remove the need to run two Cassandra clusters, one for storing his Solandra index, and another for his other data.
> I'm not sure if Solandra supports this, but I would start by checking to see if the Cassandra thrift daemon is binding when running the Solandra server. If the thrift daemon for cassandra is available , then there is a good chance (albeit, I'm not sure how you would configure it) that it would be possible, so long as you didn't mess with the Solandra keyspace.
> On Sat, Jun 4, 2011 at 11:57 AM, Norman Maurer <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Are you sure you really need cassandra for this ? For me it sounds
> like mysql or other databases would be a better fit for you (if you
> don't need to store a very hugh amount of data...)
> 2011/6/4 Jean-Nicolas Boulay Desjardins <email@example.com>:
>> I am planning to use Cassandra to store my users passwords and at the same
>> time data for my website that need to be accessible via search. My Question
>> is should I use two DB: Cassandra (for users passwords) and Solandra (for
>> the websites data) or can I put everything in Solandra?
>> Is there a way to stop Solandra from indexing my users passwords?
>> Thanks in advance for any help.
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