Can't set long node name. Ubuntu 14.04

Luke Bakken lbakken at
Thu Oct 30 12:36:00 EDT 2014


Actually the Riak defaults will suit you fine for n_val and other
bucket properties. You may want to reduce ring size from 64 to 16
since it'll be a small cluster. If you reduce ring size, you'll want
to execute the "rm" command I provided to clear out data and
configuration, then re-start your nodes and re-build your cluster.

Have fun with your project.
Luke Bakken
Engineer / CSE
lbakken at

On Thu, Oct 30, 2014 at 9:32 AM, Ebbinge <edwinpanadero at> wrote:
> Hello Luke, I've been reading some documentation and now I have a greater
> clue. I want to set a 3-node cluster, according to what I read I have to set
> the target_n_val = 3 and then, from the app that I have to develop, create
> buckets with an n_val = 3 as well, so data can be replicated on the 3 nodes.
> My question is, is there anything else I need to know? Maybe about the
> hashing function? This is just a college project, the amount of data that is
> going to be processed is everything but BIG haha.
> Thanks in advance :)
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