[DRBD-user] Oopses/timeouts on 0.7.5 with many big volumes
philipp.reisner at linbit.com
Tue Nov 30 13:34:07 CET 2004
> > > If I start again:
> > >
> > > Starting DRBD resources: [vol21][vol22]Child process does not
> > > terminate! Exiting.
> > >
> > > and so on : one more volume is completed every time I launch the
> > > script. Looking at the source code, I believe the timeout has to do
> > > with the SLEEPS_LONG / SLEEPS_VERY_LONG values that probably aren't
> > > enough in my case (but i'm not sure if I'm hitting the "long" or "very
> > > long" timeout). Can these be made into module parameters, or at least
> > > #define's ?
> > >
> > > Eventually, after enough launches, all volumes are corrected
> > > initialized, except...
> > Yes, I have changed SLEEPS_LONG from 60 to 120 Seconds with the
> > drbd-0.7.6 release.
> this might not really solve this issue, since the "child process" (the one
> which does not terminate) stays until the corresponding device is in sync.
> Couldn't drbd check whether the child syncs and went on with the other
> devices? In fact, drbd might first check, which devices are in the highest
> sync group (e.g. group=1) and start the corresponding child processes for
> parallel sync. The others might be schedduled accordingly for sync. Just my
> thoughts. Is there any necessarity for waiting? I consider "Exiting" as a
> bug in a HA context. I stumbeled on the same recently.
Renaud and I were refering to "drbdsetup /dev/drbdX disk ..." while you
are refering to "drbdstup /dev/drbdX wait_sync" probabely...
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