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As we are using Cassandra in our development process, we are encountering problems with it. Contrary to an SQL database, Cassandra is very light weight and can at times fail to the point where you cannot use a node anymore.

When that happens on a development system, we can simply delete everything and restart fresh. Fine.

However, in a production system, you're going to run into some problems if you lose a node and... that's the only node you have. In that case, you'd need a backup. However, the idea of Cassandra is to run many nodes to have automatic backups. If one node causes ...

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