Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.
hi, > I'm using "rate 100M" for this initial synchronization and it looks > like it's not breaking when using "rate 10M" but I haven't waited the > full sync before sending this message. At least it's more robust > because it has been synchronizing for 2 hours and a half, now. > > When it's working with "rate 100M", it goes at ~70M/s, maybe it's the > problem... too fast? Anyone already made a synchronization at that > speed? I am synchronizing with "rate 400M", speed e.g: 65,564 (60,248) K/sec. no problems I'm using DRBD 0.7.5, redhat 7.3 with kernel 2.4.20-37.7.legacycustom, ext3. the two nodes are also directly connected with cross over gb. NIC's are Broadcom BCM5703X. andi > > The full kernel log with times and everything is available at: > > http://cyril.bouthors.org/tmp/kern.log > > The configuration is attached here. > > I'm using DRBD 0.7.5, Linux 2.4.27 and EXT3. Both nodes are currently > idle. The same thing also happens even if the device is not mounted. > > The two nodes are directly connected with a cross over gigabit cable > and Realtek NICs. > -- > Cyril Bouthors > >