Cassandra
  1. Cassandra
  2. CASSANDRA-5628

cqlsh "copy to" fails when there are more than 21 columns

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    • Type: Bug Bug
    • Status: Resolved
    • Priority: Major Major
    • Resolution: Not A Problem
    • Fix Version/s: None
    • Component/s: None
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      Description

      See the cqlsh script below. If you comment out the "c1" line then the "copy to" command exports 0 rows even though the "select *" works fine!

      USE test_keyspace;

      DROP TABLE foo;

      CREATE TABLE foo (
      id varchar PRIMARY KEY,
      a0 varchar,
      a1 varchar,
      a2 varchar,
      a3 varchar,
      a4 varchar,
      a5 varchar,
      a6 varchar,
      a7 varchar,
      a8 varchar,
      a9 varchar,
      b0 varchar,
      b1 varchar,
      b2 varchar,
      b3 varchar,
      b4 varchar,
      b5 varchar,
      b6 varchar,
      b7 varchar,
      b8 varchar,
      b9 varchar,
      c0 varchar,
      – c1 varchar, – uncomment this line and the "copy" will fail even though the "select" works fine!
      );

      insert into foo (id, a1) values ('foo', 'grum');

      select * from foo;

      copy foo to '/tmp/foo.csv';

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            Reporter:
            Ian Rogers
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