Schema column families is the most authoritative. You may have different data directories.
-- Rahul Singh rahul.si...@anant.us Anant Corporation On Apr 27, 2018, 1:24 PM -0700, Carl Mueller <carl.muel...@smartthings.com>, wrote: > IN cases where a table was dropped and re-added, there are now two table > directories with different uuids with sstables. > > If you don't have knowledge of which one is active, how do you determine > which is the active table directory? I have tried cf_id from > system.schema_columnfamilies and that can work some of the time but have seen > times cf_id != table-<uuid> > > I have also seen situations where sstables that don't have the > table/columnfamily are in the table dir and are clearly that active sstables > (they compacted when I did a nodetool compact) > > Is there a way to get a running cassandra node's sstables for a given > keyspace/table and what table-<uuid> is active? > > This is in a 2.2.x environment that has probably churned a bit from 2.1.x