Right, but realistically that is what happens with SizeTiered. Another option 
is to split the tables in proportion size NOT same size. Like 100 GB into 50, 
25, 12,13. If you make all as 10gb each, they will compact immediately into 
same size again. Motive is to get rid of duplicates which exist on smaller 
tables outside this one big table (as per my understanding from your email).

> IOn May 17, 2017, at 12:20 PM, Hannu Kröger <hkro...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Basically meaning that if you run major compaction (=nodetool compact), you 
> will end up with even bigger file and that is likely to never get compacted 
> without running major compaction again. And therefore not recommended for 
> production system.
> Hannu
>> On 17 May 2017, at 19:46, Nitan Kainth <ni...@bamlabs.com 
>> <mailto:ni...@bamlabs.com>> wrote:
>> You can try running major compaction to get rid of duplicate data and 
>> deleted data. But will be the routine for future.
>>> On May 17, 2017, at 10:23 AM, Jan Kesten <j.kes...@enercast.de 
>>> <mailto:j.kes...@enercast.de>> wrote:
>>> me patt

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