That is: bootstrap will maintain whatever consistency guarantees you had when 
you started.

Jeff Jirsa

> On Nov 12, 2017, at 12:41 PM, kurt greaves <> wrote:
> By default, bootstrap will stream from the primary replica of the range it is 
> taking ownership of. So Node 3 would have to stream from Node 2 if it was 
> taking ownership of Node 2's tokens.
>> On 13 Nov. 2017 05:00, "Joel Samuelsson" <> wrote:
>> Yeah, sounds right. What I'm worried about is the following:
>> I used to have only 2 nodes with RF 2 so both nodes had a copy of all data. 
>> There were incosistencies since I was unable to run repair, so some parts of 
>> the data may only exist on one node. I have now added two nodes, thus 
>> changing which nodes own what parts of the data. My concern is if a piece of 
>> data is now owned by say Node 1 and Node 3 but before the addition of new 
>> nodes only existed on Node 2 and a cleanup would then delete it permanently 
>> since Node 2 no longer owns it. Could this ever happen?

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