In previous documentation installments, you’ve learned about Scylla’s ring architecture and you’ve dug into our fault tolerance documentation. Ready to get your hands dirty? Our consistency level console demo can help you get started immediately.
Consistency Level is a value—configured by the user and tunable per query—which determines how many replicas in a cluster must acknowledge a given read or write operation before it is considered successful.
So what actually happens during read or write operations when the consistency level is changed and/or nodes are down?
In these demos you’ll observe—with hands-on examples—precisely how to:
- Spin up a multiple node cluster using Docker.
- Run CQLSH from a Docker container.
- Set the consistency level.
- Create a keyspace.
- Create a table.
- Enable tracing.
- Trace and understand outputs.
- Run a simple table insert to a table.
- Run a simple query against a table.
- Stop nodes.
You can copy and paste the demo commands for further study and trial. Our demo is intended to illustrate consistency level and what happens on read and write operations when nodes are down.
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