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Range Repairs: Step-by-Step

Friday, May 9th, 2014

It’s been a long time since I was able to run a repair on my Cassandra cluster. Basically since I went to 1.2, it just hasn’t been possible. And since repairs in Cassandra are pretty much a requirement to normal operation, this is clearly a problem. So in order to deal with the disarray that is Cassandra repairs in 1.2, I found a script originally written by Matt Stump and edited to work with virtual nodes (vnodes) by Brian Gallew. The tl;dr is that the script breaks the repairs down into manageable chunks and allows the repairs to finish. It is available here. (more…)