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CCM: A Tool for Creating Local Cassandra Clusters

This little useful gem for creating local Cassandra test clusters was mentioned in Peter Bailis’s post Using Probabilistically Bounded Staleness in Cassandra 1.2.0, but I didn’t catch it until today when the DataStax guys blogged about it:

CCM (Cassandra Cluster Manager) is a tool written by Sylvain Lebresne that creates multi-node cassandra clusters on the local machine. It is great for quickly setting up clusters for development and testing, and is the foundation that the cassandra distributed tests (dtests) are built on. In this post I will give an introduction to installing and using ccm.

Original title and link: CCM: A Tool for Creating Local Cassandra Clusters (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)