Managing keyspaces

Create and drop keyspaces, and manage the replication factor (data availability).

Keyspace concepts

Top level database object that contains tables, materialized views, user-defined types, functions, and aggregates and controls the data replication factor.

Create a keyspace

Add a keyspace and set the replication factor.

Check a keyspace

Check for a keyspace’s existence.

Modify a keyspace

Modifying the replication factor or replication strategy class of a keyspace.

Drop a keyspace

Remove a keyspace and all the database objects it contains.

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