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Changing Cassandra Tokens on 1.2.1 From 4 to 256

We initially started our cluster using one datacenter, one rack, and the Simple replication strategy. We have keyspaces with several hundred gigabytes of data. When we changed the tokens in the ...
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Connecting to Cassandra Cluster

I'm just getting started with Cassandra and had a few questions. I'm going to be deploying a 4 node cluster on AWS as per the DataStax documentation ...
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automatically start and and selectively stop multiple instances of couchdb on osx

I have successfully installed couchdb via homebrew: % brew install couchdb ...and invoked mutiple instances as directed here: % OLD=/usr/local % NEW=/tmp/couchdb % mkdir -p $NEW/etc/couchdb/ % ...
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Large, high performance object or key/value store for HTTP serving on Linux

I have a service that serves images to end users at a very high rate using plain HTTP. The images vary between 4 and 64kbytes, and there are 1.300.000.000 of them in total. The dataset is about 30TiB ...
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Is it possible to run Joomla in DynamoDB?

I'm trying to find a scalable way to run my Joomla installation with Amazon Web Services. I was very excited with the announcement of DynamoDB, but I'm not sure about the challenges to run Joomla on a ...
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DataStax OpsCenter - can't connect with agents

I've installed DataStax OpsCenter (Apache Cassandra) and in OpsCenter, there is an error: "0 of 1 agents connected". When I click "fix", enter credentials and try to install nodes, i get error: ...
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Archival storage tool: fast, queryable, has api, reliable

I have large quantities of structured data coming in over the network from disparate sources, and that data is archived in the filesystem, parsed/analyzed, and eventually makes it's way into a ...
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Can the estimated time of access times for distributed keyvalue stores be below 1ms?

I'm digging through various Redis/Ceph/Elliptics benchmark to determine, whenever its theoretically possible to reach (very optimistic) request completion time below milliseconds in a non-SSD ...