Hi All, this document deals with how to install Cassandra in Linux
Apache Cassandra is a free and open-source, distributed, wide column store, NoSQL database management system designed to handle large amounts of data across many commodity servers, providing high availability with no single point of failure.
* Server should be installed with Java 8 or above.
Extract the downloaded package
Goto Extracted folder and execute the following command.
Verify that Cassandra is running by invoking bin/nodetool status from the command line.
Install from the package for Ubuntu
Step 1: Add the repository and Key
Step 2: Update the repositories
If you get any key exception error to execute the below command to resolve.
Step 3: Install Cassandra
Step 4: Start the service
Step 5: Verify that Cassandra is running by invoking nodetool status from the command line.
Note: The default location of configuration files in /etc/cassandra.
The default location of log and data directories is /var/log/cassandra/ and /var/lib/cassandra.
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