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Re: Repair scheduling tools

Off the top of my head I can remember clusters with 600 or 700 nodes with
256 tokens.

Not the best situation, but it’s real. 256 has been the default for better
or worse.

On Thu, Apr 5, 2018 at 7:41 PM Joseph Lynch <joe.e.lynch@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> >
> > We see this in larger clusters regularly. Usually folks have just
> > 'grown into it' because it was the default.
> >
> I could understand a few dozen nodes with 256 vnodes, but hundreds is
> surprising. I have a whitepaper draft lying around showing how vnodes
> decrease availability in large clusters by orders of magnitude, I'll polish
> it up and send it out to the list when I get a second.
> In the meantime, sorry for de-railing a conversation about repair
> scheduling to talk about vnodes, let's chat about that in a different
> thread :-)
> -Joey