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From Héctor Izquierdo Seliva <izquie...@strands.com>
Subject Re: Best way to write data
Date Thu, 22 Jul 2010 08:00:50 GMT

El mié, 21-07-2010 a las 09:39 -0700, Jean-Daniel Cryans escribió:
> So you would buffer edits going to the same row? Unless you have your
> own write-ahead-log, you'd likely lose data on node failure.
> But WRT your question, 5 cells with different timestamps is as costly
> to store/query as 5 cells with the same timestamp. The major
> difference is that the former case will require 5 RPCs, instead of 1.
> J-D

That makes it clear for me. I can sort the information I have to process
so I can put all the data in a row in a single call, but it takes a
little bit of time to do this. I don't care about write performance as
much as read, hence my question about what was better.

Thanks guys!

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