Supports binary protocol
Retrieved January 26, Retrieved September 20, Message Syntax and Routing". Archived from the original on August 13, Message Syntax and Routing to Proposed Standard". Message Syntax and Routing' to Proposed Standard draft-ietf-httpbis-p1-messaging Retrieved January 18, Retrieved January 1, Archived from the original on January 15, Retrieved January 15, Retrieved July 28, Retrieved August 22, Retrieved February 3, Retrieved July 29, Retrieved December 5, Retrieved September 18, Retrieved Feb 9, Retrieved May 28, Retrieved June 1, Retrieved February 26, Retrieved May 18, Amazon Web Services, Inc.
What You Need to Know". Retrieved November 1, Support for SPDY protocol". Retrieved from " https: Use mdy dates from July Articles containing potentially dated statements from March All articles containing potentially dated statements All articles with specifically marked weasel-worded phrases Articles with specifically marked weasel-worded phrases from July Official website different in Wikidata and Wikipedia Pages using RFC magic links.
December 20,  . October 14 — November 25,  . November 28,  . September  . June 6,  . August 1, — September 1,  .
Sylvain why did you decide to implement a new protocol from scratch, rather than trying to improve Thrift to meet your needs? Was that a lost cause? About the stream id, I was saying that in Thrift it is a int32, so you can have more than concurrent requests. And I wonder why having limited the number of concurrent request to ?
About data framing, I made the remark because it is faster to stream data asap than reading all of it to count the length, and start streaming. Or do I miss something? Thanks for the blog, Sylvain. This article is fairly dated. I know Python cassandra driver 2. I wrote a PHP client for Cassandra, which uses a binary protocol. Look and please vote my work on github. Your email address will not be published. Coming in Cassandra 1. Comments Hossein Ghiyasi Mehr says: December 6, at 5: December 10, at 7: December 11, at 7: December 13, at 2: January 4, at 7: January 4, at 8: January 7, at 5: January 12, at 2: January 14, at 7: June 21, at 3: June 21, at 5: June 24, at 1: March 1, at 2: June 25, at 1: November 27, at 6: November 28, at 1: June 23, at July 11, at 5: Comments Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.