-Re: Put and Increment atomically
Jean-Daniel Cryans 2012-09-10, 23:06
It's currently not possible (like you saw).
What's your use case? Maybe there's different/better way to achieve
what you want to do?
On Mon, Sep 3, 2012 at 1:22 PM, Pablo Musa <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hey guys,
> I want to insert new columns into a row:fam and increment 2 of them atomically.
> In other words, I am using columns as entries and I want to count them and their
> For example, I want to insert these new columns:
> row1:f1:c1 = h_v_j
> row1:f1:c2 = g_r_w
> row1:f1:c3 = z_l_p
> row1:f1:c4 = n_m_j
> *The values are fixed size information which I used '_' as separator above.
> But I also want to keep track of how many columns do I have and sum one of
> the information.
> row1:f1:count = Increment(4)
> row1:f1:size = Increment(j+w+p+j)
> I can do them separately, send the puts and then send the increments, but
> I would like to know if it is possible to do it atomically.
> I did some search and found the link below, but it only talks about put/delete.
> Why not adding increment?
> I don't know if it is clear enough.