Question anybody are conscious of any success tales of Cassandra running on home windows in a production atmosphere? I am doing a bit of focus on Cassandra and looking for the right platform for this presently the woking platform is home windows running MS-SQLas the information store. do you know the dis-advantages if any when running Cassandra on the home windows atmosphere.
I'm not sure associated with a actual production deployments in Home windows, no. (I can just learn of 1 non-Linux deployment, on FreeBSD.) Should it work fine? Yes. It is possible to relative paucity of tools (e.g. count the .softball bat files versus spend scripts in bin/)? Yes.
I'm not conscious of any sites. I don't believe offically supporting Home windows is really a priority for that Cassandra dev team either, according to some comments I have seen (see Eric Evans comment). That being stated, I've it running like a Home windows service using Apache's procrunner (prunsrv). I haven't observed any issues running under Home windows.