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From Chris Burroughs <>
Subject Re: How to use Cassandra on-node storage engine only?
Date Wed, 23 Oct 2013 21:46:29 GMT
As far as I know this had not been done before.  I would be interested 
in hearing how it turned out.

On 10/23/2013 09:47 AM, Yasin Celik wrote:
>     I am developing an application for data storage. All the replication,
> routing and data retrieving types of business are handled in my
> application. Up to now, the data is stored in memory. Now, I want to use
> Cassandra storage engine to flush data from memory into hard drive. I am
> not sure if that is a correct approach.
> My question: Can I use the Cassandra data storage engine only? I do not
> want to use Cassandra as a whole standalone product (In this case, I should
> run one independent Cassandra per node and my application act as if it is
> client of Cassandra. This idea will put a lot of burden on node since it
> puts unnecessary levels between my application and storage engine).
> I have my own replication, ring and routing code. I only need the on-node
> storage facilities of Cassandra. I want to embed cassandra in my
> application as a library.

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