On Fri, 7 Jan 2005, Mike Taylor wrote:
>> From: Theo van Veen <[log in to unmask]>
>> the actual index. We cannot expect that a user is able to decide
>> which one to choose from serverChoice, anywhere, anyknown,
>> anywhatsoever given the discussion on this item. So I want to
>> propose that if *one* of those indexes is available that there
>> should be *at least one* index name that a client can count on
>> without having to search in explain for subtle differences in
>> serverChoice, any, anywhere etc.
> I agree with Theo!
> serverChoice is "Just Do The Right Thing, Dammit!", so whatever other
> indexes we end up adding to the "cql" set, I suggest that we have a
> big, bold banner saying "If you don't know or care which of these to
> use, just use serverChoice". (Which of course is equivalent to not
> specifying an index at all.)
I agree with Theo too! And Mike's choice.
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