I’m trying to filter on a small part of a huge C* table by using:
For a bit of background – this question deals with a project running on a single small EC2 instance, and is about to migrate to a medium one. The main components are Django, MySQL and a large number of custom analysis tools written in python and java, which do the heavy
lifting. The same machine is running Apache as well.
There is a big database, 1,000,000,000 rows, called threads (these threads actually exist, I’m not making things harder just because of I enjoy it). Threads has only a few stuff in it, to make things faster: (int id, string hash, int replycount, int dateline (timestamp), int forumid, string title)
I have a table with two keys
KeyB on AWS Keyspaces.
I’m using https://github.com/datastax/nodejs-driver and looks like it is abandoned. No updates for 9 months. I’ve created PR with a fix to a critical bug and no feedback. Unfortunately my company don’t have resources to support it on full time, so option to fork it not available.
We are considering an option to move to another db because we don’t see alternatives to
datastax/nodejs-driver but maybe I missed something
I need to run a shell script file using nodeJS that executes a set of Cassandra DB commands. Can anybody please help me on this.
Database Everywhere. Use the same transparent API to access your
database from the client or the server.
I finally have written a retry policy for Cassandra in nodejs, I have a use case where the whenever there is a one node replica available I need to allow the read and write by modifying my consistency to the minimum level.
I am trying cassandra node driver and stuck in problem while inserting a record, it looks like cassandra driver is not able to insert float values.