Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.
Wonderful program! I set up a 60GB and a 20GB partition and have been using them in production for the past 4 days in concert with Heartbeat. Approximately 100 domains are running on a hot-standby cluster and I'm sleeping better at night :-) I noticed that when I did a dump/restore from another box the load average went through the roof and even shut down many processes like Apache and MySQL. So my question: do our boxes meet the minimum/recommended spec? Both are identical: DRBD 0.7.10 CentOS 3.4 (same as RedHat Enterprise Linux 3) Celeron 600 1GB ECC RAM 120GB drives (don't recall the DMA/RPM speed but I can find out if necessary) 100MBit Intel NICs connected by crossover (don't recall which chipset but I can find out if necessary) If they do meet spec, any ideas why load peaked so much? I was writing many small files using dump and restore. I could see how someone could DoS us by repeatedly hammering our logs or uploading thousands of tiny files. I do have two DRBD partitions on one spindle, but I used two different sync groups. Thanks, CD P.S. I just had a thought: perhaps I need to run hdparm.