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Re: Authentication with Java driver


Hi,

The API seems kind of not correct because credentials should be
usually set with a session but actually they are set with a cluster.

So, if there are 1000 clients, then with this API it has to create
1000 cluster instances ?
1000 clients seems usual if there are many nodes (say 20) and each
node has some concurrency (say 50),
but 1000 cluster instances seems too many.

Is this an expected way to do this ? or
Is there any way to authenticate per session ?

Thanks,
Hiro

On Tue, Feb 7, 2017 at 11:38 AM, Yuji Ito <yuji@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi all,
>
> I want to know how to authenticate Cassandra users for multiple instances
> with Java driver.
> For instance, each thread creates a instance to access Cassandra with
> authentication.
>
> As the implementation example, only the first constructor builds a cluster
> and a session.
> Other constructors use them.
> This example is implemented according to the datastax document: "Basically
> you will want to share the same cluster and session instances across your
> application".
> http://www.datastax.com/dev/blog/4-simple-rules-when-using-the-datastax-drivers-for-cassandra
>
> However, other constructors don't authenticate the user and the password.
> That's because they don't need to build a cluster and a session.
>
> So, should I create a cluster and a session per instance for the
> authentication?
> If yes, can I create a lot of instances(clusters and sessions) to access C*
> concurrently?
>
> == example ==
> public class A {
>   private static Cluster cluster = null;
>   private static Map<String, Session> sessions = null;
>   private Session session;
>
>   public A (String keyspace, String user, String password) {
>     if (cluster == null) {
>         builder = Cluster.builder();
>         ...
>         builder = builder.withCredentials(user, password);
>         cluster = builder.build();
>     }
>     session = sessions.get(keyspace);
>     if (session == null) {
>         session = cluster.connection(keyspace);
>         sessions.put(keyspace, session)
>     }
>     ...
>   }
>   ...
>   public ResultSet update(...) {
>   ...
>   public ResultSet get(...) {
>   ...
> }
> == example ==
>
> Thanks,
> Yuji