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Command line utilities for launching Cassandra clusters in EC2

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CassandraLauncher contains two parts:

  1. cassandralauncher is accessible straight from the command line and launches a Cassandra cluster for you.
  2. imagelauncher is also accessible from the command line and provides a user interface for AWS and RAX.

Both run off of a config: clusterlauncher.conf.

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