Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.
On Wed, Aug 16, 2006 at 08:20:46AM -0700, khaja mohideen wrote: > Hi, > > I am using drbd 0.7.20 in debian 3.1. I have setup > drbd in such that Primary Server(host A) is located in > our office. Secondary Server(host B) i.e., that the > backup is located in remote office. It's connected > via VPN. > > The write performance is heavily degraded. I have > used Protocol A & sndbuf-size 512k . Still the same > results. am I missing anything. Pls advice/guide me > to tweak the write performance. Write performance will always be limited by network performance. Protocol A will only give an advantage if you have short write bursts. Otherwise, your system's memory will get full very fast. > Also can drbd support a single backup/mirror server > for multiple primary servers. i.e., Multiple > Partitions from multiple servers(host1, host2) need to > replicate to mulitiple paritions on a single secondary > server(Host B). Yes, the peers are defined for each resource. You're not limited to the same one. -- lfr 0/0