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From <hiroshi.kise...@hitachi.com>
Subject The action of the file system at drop column family execution
Date Tue, 14 May 2013 12:45:57 GMT

Hi everyone.
Although it may be a stupid question, please give me instruction.

[1.Question]
A column family is deleted (drop column family testcf1;).
As the upper result (dir command execution),
 <DIR>   testcf1
            0 File(s)   0 bytes      
            3 Dir(s)      139,587,596,288 bytes free

* As Cassandra, it is the right action?
* Although a directory (column family:testcf1) remains, is it satisfactory on a file system?


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[2. Pre-processing]
( Cassandra-CLI was used. )
First, a key space is created (create keyspace MyKeyspace;), 
The key space was chosen (use MyKeyspace;). 

And the column family created (create column family testcf1;). 
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[3.Environment] 
Cassandra 1.2.4
OS: Windows 7


Thank you for your consideration. 
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Hiroshi Kise

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