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From Code Box <codeith...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Inability to drop column families
Date Sat, 21 Jul 2012 06:08:15 GMT
Go and look in the data directory on the disk and check if the files still
exist there?


On Thu, Jul 19, 2012 at 2:56 PM, Kirk <kirk@mustardgrain.com> wrote:

> What does "show schema" show? Is the CF showing up?
>
> Are the data files for the CF on disk?
>
> If you poke around with the system CFs, is there any data still present?
>
>
> On 07/17/2012 02:54 PM, sj.climber wrote:
>
>> Looking for ideas on how to diagnose this issue.  I have installed v1.1.2
>> on
>> a two-node cluster (the data files loaded, incidentally, were from an
>> earlier v1.1.1 2-node setup).  While initially I recall being able to
>> create/drop column families, I am no longer able to.
>>
>> Let's say I have column family MyFamily in MyKeyspace.  Using
>> cassandra-cli,
>> I issue:
>> [default@unknown] use MyKeyspace;
>> Authenticated to keyspace: MyKeyspace
>> [default@galaxy_lookups] drop column family MyFamily;
>> 27f5c6bc-8cf3-3671-94e6-**9f905be28c35
>> Waiting for schema agreement...
>> ... schemas agree across the cluster
>>
>> However, the column family is still there, either way using "describe"
>> from
>> within cassandra-cli, or through nodetool cfstats.  Moreover, there are no
>> errors in the Cassandra logs.
>>
>> Ideas on what to try next? Thanks!
>>
>>
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