I have been looking at the stuff in the zip file, and also the
sstablesplit command script. This script is looking for a java
class StandaloneSplitter located in the package org.apache.cassandra.tools.
Where is this package located ? I looked in the lib directory but nothing contains
the class. Is this something I need to get as well ?
I saw that msg in the thread, I pulled the git files and it looks
like a suite of tools, do I install them on their own ? do I replace the
current ones ? its production data but I can copy the data to where
I want and experiment.
Does this help ? http://email@example.com/msg30973.html
Can you pull the data off the node so you can test it somewhere safe ?
Thanks, this does look like what I'm experiencing. Can someone
post a walkthrough ? The README and the sstablesplit script
don't seem to cover it use in any detail.
Is there a way to get an SSTable to a smaller size ? By this I mean that I
currently have an SSTable that is nearly 1.2G, so that subsequent SSTables
when they compact are trying to grow to that size. The result is that when
the min_compaction_threshold reaches it value and a compaction is needed,
the compaction is taking a long time as the file grows (it is currently at 52MB and
takes ~22s to compact).
I'm not sure how the SSTable initially grew to its current size of 1.2G, since the
servers have been up for a couple of years. I hadn't noticed until I just upgraded to 1.2.6,
but now I see it affects everything.
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