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From Suruchi Deodhar <suruchi.deod...@generalsentiment.com>
Subject Deleting column data from Cassandra without setting its TTL
Date Fri, 16 Aug 2013 16:23:09 GMT
What is the best way to delete column data from a Cassandra cluster after
it is backed up with snapshots (using Priam or otherwise) to a stable
storage?

We dont want to use the TTL option, since we would like to restore the
backed-up data in the Cassandra cluster at a later time.  Setting a TTL
would enable the tombstone marker, which would make it impossible to
restore data.

What are the available options in Cassandra 1.2.5 in particular?

Thanks!

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