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How do I reverse engineer a Cassandra database?

How do I reverse engineer a Cassandra database? What tools can I use to perform this task?

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Do you mean export data from one cassandra instance and load to other?

If yes then there are various tools:

SSTable Loader

Apache Spark

DSBulk (Here we can change schema as well)

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Erick Ramirez answered ·

@kumar.vangala_189934 Cassandra is an open-source software that is under the Apache Software Foundation. It isn't necessary to reverse-engineer the software since you can access the full code-base on GitHub.

The code repository is accessible here -- https://github.com/apache/cassandra. Cheers!

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