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Re: replicated data in different sstables
Oh duh, RACS does this already. But it would be nice to get some education
on the bloom filter memory use vs # sstables question.
On Wed, Jul 25, 2018 at 10:41 AM Carl Mueller <carl.mueller@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> It would seem to me that if the replicated data managed by a node is in
> separate sstables from the "main" data it manages, when a new node came
> online it would be easier to discard the data it no longer is responsible
> for since it was shifted a slot down the ring.
> Generally speaking I've been asking lots of questions about sstables that
> would increase the number of them. It is my impression that the size of
> bloom filters are linearly proportional to the number of hash keys
> contained in the sstables of a particular node. Is that true?
> We also want to avoid massive numbers of sstables mostly due to
> filesystem/inode problems? Because the endstate of me suggesting sstables
> be segmented by RACS, primary/replicated, and possibly application-specific
> separations would impose say 5-10x more sstables, even though the absolute
> amount of data and partition keys wouldn't change.