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Re: Reaper as cassandra-admin


Can you get all of the contributors cleared?
What’s the architecture? Is it centralized? Is there a sidecar?


> On Aug 27, 2018, at 5:36 PM, Jonathan Haddad <jon@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> 
> Hey folks,
> 
> Mick brought this up in the sidecar thread, but I wanted to have a clear /
> separate discussion about what we're thinking with regard to contributing
> Reaper to the C* project.  In my mind, starting with Reaper is a great way
> of having an admin right now, that we know works well at the kind of scale
> we need.  We've worked with a lot of companies putting Reaper in prod (at
> least 50), running on several hundred clusters.  The codebase has evolved
> as a direct result of production usage, and we feel it would be great to
> pair it with the 4.0 release.  There was a LOT of work done on the repair
> logic to make things work across every supported version of Cassandra, with
> a great deal of documentation as well.
> 
> In case folks aren't aware, in addition to one off and scheduled repairs,
> Reaper also does cluster wide snapshots, exposes thread pool stats, and
> visualizes streaming (in trunk).
> 
> We're hoping to get some feedback on our side if that's something people
> are interested in.  We've gone back and forth privately on our own
> preferences, hopes, dreams, etc, but I feel like a public discussion would
> be healthy at this point.  Does anyone share the view of using Reaper as a
> starting point?  What concerns to people have?
> -- 
> Jon Haddad
> http://www.rustyrazorblade.com
> twitter: rustyrazorblade

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