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Cassandra has a snapshat command that creates a directory by symlinking files that hold data (this is safe cause Cassandra files are immutable). Then you just upload them to your backup storage. This is obviously for recovery scenarios that are catastrophic.

Normally though since the data is replicated on 3 nodes, you can technically loose a node completely and rebuild it from the other nodes.




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