repair

Usage

NAME
        nodetool repair - Repair one or more tables

SYNOPSIS
        nodetool [(-h <host> | --host <host>)] [(-p <port> | --port <port>)]
                [(-pw <password> | --password <password>)]
                [(-pwf <passwordFilePath> | --password-file <passwordFilePath>)]
                [(-u <username> | --username <username>)] repair
                [(-dc <specific_dc> | --in-dc <specific_dc>)...]
                [(-dcpar | --dc-parallel)] [(-et <end_token> | --end-token <end_token>)]
                [(-full | --full)]
                [(-hosts <specific_host> | --in-hosts <specific_host>)...]
                [(-j <job_threads> | --job-threads <job_threads>)]
                [(-local | --in-local-dc)] [(-pl | --pull)]
                [(-pr | --partitioner-range)] [(-prv | --preview)]
                [(-seq | --sequential)]
                [(-st <start_token> | --start-token <start_token>)] [(-tr | --trace)]
                [(-vd | --validate)] [--] [<keyspace> <tables>...]

OPTIONS
        -dc <specific_dc>, --in-dc <specific_dc>
            Use -dc to repair specific datacenters

        -dcpar, --dc-parallel
            Use -dcpar to repair data centers in parallel.

        -et <end_token>, --end-token <end_token>
            Use -et to specify a token at which repair range ends

        -full, --full
            Use -full to issue a full repair.

        -h <host>, --host <host>
            Node hostname or ip address

        -hosts <specific_host>, --in-hosts <specific_host>
            Use -hosts to repair specific hosts

        -j <job_threads>, --job-threads <job_threads>
            Number of threads to run repair jobs. Usually this means number of
            CFs to repair concurrently. WARNING: increasing this puts more load
            on repairing nodes, so be careful. (default: 1, max: 4)

        -local, --in-local-dc
            Use -local to only repair against nodes in the same datacenter

        -p <port>, --port <port>
            Remote jmx agent port number

        -pl, --pull
            Use --pull to perform a one way repair where data is only streamed
            from a remote node to this node.

        -pr, --partitioner-range
            Use -pr to repair only the first range returned by the partitioner

        -prv, --preview
            Determine ranges and amount of data to be streamed, but don't
            actually perform repair

        -pw <password>, --password <password>
            Remote jmx agent password

        -pwf <passwordFilePath>, --password-file <passwordFilePath>
            Path to the JMX password file

        -seq, --sequential
            Use -seq to carry out a sequential repair

        -st <start_token>, --start-token <start_token>
            Use -st to specify a token at which the repair range starts

        -tr, --trace
            Use -tr to trace the repair. Traces are logged to
            system_traces.events.

        -u <username>, --username <username>
            Remote jmx agent username

        -vd, --validate
            Checks that repaired data is in sync between nodes. Out of sync
            repaired data indicates a full repair should be run.

        --
            This option can be used to separate command-line options from the
            list of argument, (useful when arguments might be mistaken for
            command-line options

        [<keyspace> <tables>...]
            The keyspace followed by one or many tables