Learning Apache Cassandra-Part-5-Getting Familiar With Nodetool

In last post of this series we learnt about how to add nodes in a cassandra cluster. If you have missed earlier posts of this series

then you can read them from below links:

1: Introduction to Cassandra

2: Understanding Cassandra Read/Write Mechanism

3: Installing Cassandra on RHEL6

4: Adding Node To Cassandra Cluster

In this post we will explore nodetool and will see how we can manage a cassandra cluster using nodetool utility.

What is nodetool?

The nodetool utility is a command line interface for managing a cluster. It provides a simple command line interface to expose operations and attributes available with cassandra. read more

Learning Apache Cassandra-Part-4-Adding Node To Cassandra Cluster

In last post of this series we learnt how to install cassandra on Rhel 6. In this post we will look into additional configuration parameter that is needed to configure in order to facilitate other nodes to join the cassandra cluster.

If you have missed earlier posts of this series then you can read them from below links:

1: Introduction to Cassandra

2: Understanding Cassandra Read/Write Mechanism

3: Installing Cassandra on RHEL6

At the moment we have one node cassandra cluster. Before going ahead and installing cassandra on other nodes, we will first perform following configuration changes in cassandra.yaml file. read more

Learning Apache Cassandra-Part-3-Installing Cassandra on RHEL6

In last 2 posts of this series we learnt about Cassandra architecture and understood the cassandra Read/Write process.

If you have missed earlier posts of this series then you can read them from below links:

1:Introduction to cassandra

2: Understanding Cassandra Read/Write Mechanism

In this post we will learn about installing cassandra on Redhat Linux.

Before jumping into lab and start with installation, I want to touch down on few concepts first which will help in understanding installation process. read more

Learning Apache Cassandra-Part-2:Understanding Cassandra Read/Write Mechanism

In first post of this series we discussed about what is cassandra, what are the benefits of using cassandra. We also discussed a little bit about from where cassandra came and finally we looked at the architecture of cassandra and discussed some important terms like snitch, gossip, data replication, partitioner etc.

In this post we will see how cassandra Read/Write mechanism works.

Let’s discuss about some key components of cassandra first before discussing about Read/Write. Important components of cassandra can be summarized as below: read more