Hi Team,

I have a new requirement , where I need to copy all the rows from one table
to another table in Cassandra, where the second table contains one extra

I have written a python script, which reads each row and inserts . But the
problem is in stage environment I'm observing the select count query is
returning different result each time I execute, so the row count is

The base  table contains 6 lakhs rows.The stage cluster is of 5 instances
with a replication factor of 3.

I'm able to successfully run the query in dev cluster with the same data,
where 3 instances are there and replication factor is 3.

Can anyone help me out what is the best way to achieve this?Also, what is
the reason for the variation in select count query?

Below is the Python script snippet:

cql='select key, column1, column2, column3, column4, value from table1
limit 1000000';
insert_table2_query = session.prepare('INSERT INTO table2 (key, column1,
column2, column3, column4, column5, value) VALUES (?, ?, ?, ?, ?, ?, ?)');

def insert_into_table2():
    counter =1;
    for row in session.execute(cql):
            val2 = row.value;
            if(len(val1)==0 or val1 == None) :
            print("processed row count : "+str(counter));
            counter = counter + 1;
        except Exception as e:
            counter = counter + 1;
            print 'failed to insert the row ';

Appreciating any help.

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