I *think* it will work. The steps in the blog post to change the compaction strategy before RING_DELAY expires is to ensure no sstables are created before the strategy is changed.But I think you will be venturing into unchartered territory where their might be dragons. And not the fun Disney kind.While it may be more work I personally would use one node in write survey to test LCSCheersOn 20/02/2013, at 6:28 AM, Henrik Schröder <email@example.com> wrote:/HenrikWell, that answer didn't really help. I know how to make a survey node, and I know how to simulate reads to it, it's just that that's a lot of work, and I wouldn't be sure that the simulated load is the same as the production load.So, is it possible to modify org.apache.cassandra.db.[keyspace].[column family].CompactionStrategyClass through jmx on a production server without any ill effects? Or is this only possible to do on a survey node while it is in a specific state?
We gather a lot of metrics from our production servers, so we know exactly how they perform over long periods of time. Changing a single server to run a different compaction strategy would allow us to know in detail how a different strategy would impact the cluster.
On Tue, Feb 19, 2013 at 3:09 PM, Viktor Jevdokimov <Viktor.Jevdokimov@adform.com> wrote:
Just turn off dynamic snitch on survey node and make read requests from it directly with CL.ONE, watch histograms, compare.
Regarding switching compaction strategy there’re a lot of info already.
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