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Cassandra 0.7: Large Row Support

Something I’ve missed from the what’s new in Cassandra 0.7:

The other big new feature is large row support for up to two billion columns per row. In previous Cassandra releases, there was a limit where a single column value could not be larger than 2 GB.

But number of columns vs size of columns data is quite different…

Original title and link: Cassandra 0.7: Large Row Support (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)