Step 5: Run the DSBulk load command - Amazon Keyspaces (for Apache Cassandra)

Step 5: Run the DSBulk load command

In the final step of this tutorial, you upload the data into Amazon Keyspaces.

To run the DSBulk load command, complete the following steps.

  1. Run the following code to upload the data from your csv file to your Amazon Keyspaces table. Make sure to update the path to the application configuration file you created earlier.

    dsbulk load -f ./dsbulk_keyspaces.conf --connector.csv.url keyspace.table.csv -header true --batch.mode DISABLED --executor.maxPerSecond 5 --driver.basic.request.timeout "5 minutes" --driver.advanced.retry-policy.max-retries 10 -k catalog -t book_awards
  2. The output includes the location of a log file that details successful and unsuccessful operations. The file is stored in the following directory.

    Operation directory: /home/user_name/logs/UNLOAD_20210308-202317-801911
  3. The log file entries will include metrics, as in the following example. Check to make sure that the number of rows is consistent with the number of rows in your csv file.

    total | failed | rows/s | p50ms | p99ms | p999ms 200 | 0 | 200 | 21.63 | 21.89 | 21.89

Now that you have transferred your data, adjust the capacity mode settings of your target table to match your application’s regular traffic patterns. You incur charges at the hourly rate for your provisioned capacity until you change it. For more information, see Read/write capacity modes in Amazon Keyspaces.