I'm using Cassandra to store piece of information that have a natural expiration date and time. When inserting them, I calculate the TTL based on the expiration date. This should mean that when the data expires it should automatically be removed from Cassandra (given resources are available and all).
If this column-with-TTL is sync with another Cassandra node, possibly in another timezone, will the actual time on which the TTL should delete the column change or not?
For example, suppose I put in a column in Cassandra at 00:00 in the GMT timezone with an expire time of 25 hours. This means it will be deleted the next day at 01:00. This column is synced to a server in Germany (GMT+1). Will that copy of the column also expire at 01:00 GMT, or 02:00 local time?