Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.
Hello George, Escuse me, I thought the "/dev/nb1" is your 36GB device... check the output of the "/sbin/drbdsetup /dev/nb0 show". The "/etc/drbd.conf" file is used at the boot and "sometime" parsed to create the "/var/lib/drbd/drbd.conf.parsed" witch is used to configure the drbd devices, I say "sometime" because I experienced a problem where the "/etc/drbd.conf" file was not parsed and I had very slow sync because on one node the sync-max is not correct in the "drbd.conf.parsed" file, I removed this file and restarted drbd to solved my problem. Best regards. Francis george young wrote: >On Tue, 20 Jan 2004 19:15:52 +0100 (MET) >"Helmut Wollmersdorfer" <helmut.wollmersdorfer at gmx.at> threw this fish to the penguins: > > > >>george young gry at ll.mit.edu >>Tue, 20 Jan 2004 11:21:17 -0500 >> >> >> >>> tl-size = 256 ## Hmmm, does this get calculated from sync-max? >>> >>> >>See man drbdsetup >>or http://www.drbd.org/fileadmin/drbd/doc/0.6.1/en/drbdsetup.html >> >>| --tl-size size >>| The driver uses a cyclic data structure to keep track of sent data >>| blocks. When using protocol A over a network with high latency, it might >>| be necessary to increase the size of this data structure. >>| If this is the case, the driver will write messages to the syslog >>| saying that the transfer-log is too small. The default >>| size is 256 entries. >> >> > >Yes, I see that. My drbd.conf explicitly says tl-size=5000; >I guess this device somehow lost my drbd.conf values and took on >the compiled-in defaults. > >-- George > > >