Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.
In addition I would run memtest86 for a few iterations. I know it sounds funny to do a RAM check but I've seen some weird behavior that could be tracked down to memory problems. Brandon Poyner Network Engineer III CCAC - College Office 412-237-3086 > -----Original Message----- > From: drbd-user-bounces at linbit.com > [mailto:drbd-user-bounces at linbit.com] On Behalf Of Matthias Weigel > Sent: Monday, October 03, 2005 5:27 AM > To: drbd-user at linbit.com > Subject: Re: [DRBD-user] filesystem corruptions > > Hello Bro, > > two suggestions: > 1. I once had weird problems with SATA drives that went away when i > upgraded the systems BIOS. Sometimes drives also have a upgradable > firmware. So look out for BIOS and drive firmware updates. > > 2. I would try to eliminate DRBD as a cause of your problems: > Create a > filesystem directly on your SATA drives, without DRBD. Then > do a stress > test on it, e.g. use bonnie. If errors show up, you know it > is not DRBD. > > Hope this is helpful. > > Best Regards > > Matthias > > > bro wrote: > > -snip- > > > > > Thanks for the ideas, ive been testing the underlying with > `badblocks > > -sw /dev/sdb1` and `sdc1` all weekend long, and havent > found nothing at > > all. > > About that SATA thing - that's true, ive got two sata > devices on which > > drbd resides, so i pressume that there aint problems with > connectors, > > and corrosion is the second thing we can exclude from > problem causers ;) > > Actually it seems like some weird HW problem, cuz the > secondary node is > > running fine for about 4 days w/o problems instead of the > primary which > > crashed 8h after bootup. > > Any ideas and thoughts about this will be greatly appreciated ;) > > _______________________________________________ > drbd-user mailing list > drbd-user at lists.linbit.com > http://lists.linbit.com/mailman/listinfo/drbd-user >