you can get away with loading from only one node if you're positive all
data is consistent. A repair prior to loading should be enough, but if that
doesn't work just load from all nodes.

On 11 Nov. 2017 23:15, "Brice Figureau" <brice+cassan...@daysofwonder.com>
wrote:

> On 10/11/17 21:18, kurt greaves wrote:
> > If everything goes smoothly the next incremental should cut it, but a
> > full repair post load is probably a good idea anyway. Make sure you
> > sstableload every sstable from every node if you want to keep
> consistency.
>
> If the previous cluster had 3 nodes with RF=3 (like the new one), do I
> really need to sstableload all 3 nodes?
>
> I assumed that sstableloading one node would be enough to populate all
> data on all 3 nodes.
>
> --
> Brice Figureau
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