I just convert my ruby objects to json strings and store it that way.On Thu, Sep 22, 2011 at 11:28 AM, Ian Danforth <email@example.com> wrote:
> I find myself considering storing serialized python dicts in Cassandra. I'd
> like to store fairly complex, nested dicts, and it's just easier to do this
> rather than work out a lot of super columns / columns etc.
> Do others find themselves storing serialized data structures in Cassandra
> or is this generally a sign of doing something wrong?
> Thanks in advance!
Works just fine and there's no advantage to use SuperColumns since
Cassandra has to read all the supercolumns anyways, so storing as json
requires less overhead.
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