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cqlsh copy Error for (None, -9139454686588217222): AttributeError - 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'replace'

cqlsh:rtogateway> copy alarmsettings to '/home/perfbhi/alarmsettings-2022-07-01.csv';
Using 7 child processes

Starting copy of rtogateway.alarmsettings with columns [clientid, alarmsettingsid, alarmname, anyorall, assignedwells, bestpractices, categoryid, classification, color, description, externalurlid, gapthresholdunit, gapthresholdvalue, indextype, notficationschemaname, notificationschemaid, offsetactivity, offsetduration, priorityid, priorityname, rigactivities, rigactivitygroups, status, templateid, unitsystem].
Error for (None, -9139454686588217222): AttributeError - 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'replace' (will try again later attempt 1 of 5)
Error for (2206406995372183073, 2270404463232884347): AttributeError - 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'replace' (will try again later attempt 1 of 5)
Error for (2206406995372183073, 2270404463232884347): AttributeError - 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'replace' (will try again later attempt 2 of 5)
Error for (2206406995372183073, 2270404463232884347): AttributeError - 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'replace' (will try again later attempt 3 of 5)
Error for (2127032115259239741, 2165892782764007501): AttributeError - 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'replace' (will try again later attempt 1 of 5)
Error for (2127032115259239741, 2165892782764007501): AttributeError - 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'replace' (will try again later attempt 2 of 5)
Error for (2127032115259239741, 2165892782764007501): AttributeError - 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'replace' (will try again later attempt 3 of 5)
Processed: 0 rows; Rate: 0 rows/s; Avg. rate: 0 rows/s
0 rows exported to 1 files in 4.733 seconds.
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What version and flavor of Cassandra? It seems like there may be an issue with the table schema metadata.
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Erick Ramirez answered

As I previously advised you, you need to help us help you by providing actionable information when you ask questions.

You need to:

  1. provide a description of the problem
  2. describe what you've already tried
  3. show some code/examples

In point (3) above, I'm specifically talking about providing an example that replicates the problem which include:

  • sample table schema
  • minimal example CSV
  • full COPY TO command you ran

Without this information, it really is impossible to help you. Cheers!

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