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Cassandra +ssh +curl
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How to use this image

Start a cassandra server instance

$ docker run -d -P -v /root/.ssh --name c1 nohhyun/cassandra:2.2.4
  • -d is for running the container in daemon mode.
  • -P forwards all the exposed ports to the docker-machine.
  • -v /root/.ssh is to create a directory to later mount your keys for ssh access.
  • --name c1 is the name of the container instance.

Create a cassandra cluster

After starting a cassandra server instance, simple add more instance by:

$ docker run -d -P -v /root/.ssh --name c2 --link c1:cassandra nohhyun/cassandra:2.2.4
  • --link c1:cassandra updates the /etc/hosts to allow the new container instance to create alias to accessing c1.
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