Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.
On Aug 2, 2004, at 2:41 PM, Lars Ellenberg wrote: > just a thought: > you use sndbuf size 1G... > set back the sndbuf-size to the default value of 128k or even less. > I'd like to see the differnece, if any. Hi Lars - I had tried 1M for the sndbuff size earlier, but per your suggestion I tried default and also 64K both were about: 5,028 (4,688) K/sec drbdsetup /dev/drbd0 show Lower device: 08:33 (sdc1) Meta device: 08:34 (sdc2) Meta index: 0 Disk options: on-io-error = detach Local address: 10.100.100.1:7789 Remote address: 10.100.100.2:7789 Wire protocol: C Net options: timeout = 6.0 sec (default) connect-int = 10 sec (default) ping-int = 10 sec (default) max-epoch-size = 2048 (default) max-buffers = 2048 (default) sndbuf-size = 131070 (default) ko-count = 0 (default) Syncer options: rate = 102400 KB/sec group = 1 al-extents = 127 (default) I couldn't really tell a difference between those two or 1M... I haven't tried jumbo frames so that might help, what do you think? Thanks again for all your help! Cheers, Tim