Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.
/ 2005-04-29 13:38:24 -0300 \ Sandra: > Hi, > > We need some help, please! > Two weeks ago we had to upgrade a master hardware, from master-slave drbd and heartbeat installation, because of performance > problems. > The new hardware received a copy from the old master, operating system and data, because we didn't have time to upgrade all > the software. Then a drbd error starts to occur , after 4 days of the migration. > Our drbd version is 0.6.10 on both machines, with Fedora Core 1, using LVM. > The problem occurs with only one drbd device , the biggest one (drbd0 with 128G). > We have looked for information on the Internet (drbd list, fedora list, etc), and have tried some hints like fsck and mkfs > again on the > drbd file system with problem. But nothing has helped us. > If you can give us some clues, please we will be glad. > Thanks. > > Sandra my first guess is: hardware write cache. turn it off. http://sr5tech.com/write_back_cache_experiments.htm also, in case your kernel is sort-of-old, it may be it does not handle your new hardware correctly, so try upgrading the kernel. maybe its just a hardware problem, bad memory, bad disk... yes, happens all the time. new boxes, old boxes, all the same. I would be very surprised if it was a drbd related problem. Lars Ellenberg -- please use the "List-Reply" function of your email client.