Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.
Benjamin, DRBD is not a college student hobby project. It is backed by a company, LINBIT. Which develops the software for you to use freely and unrestrictedly. You get stuck configuring it or run into an issue, you can use this list. Which is a great resource and also there for free. But if the list doesn't help you, give us a call or drop us an email. Get for-fee consultancy. Or enterprise-grade support. And thereby finance the further development of DRBD, for the benefit of everyone. Deal? :-) Cheers, Florian On Thursday 15 November 2007 18:10:09 Benjamin Zachary wrote: > Is there an irc channel for drbd? I hate asking so many questions as we are > trying to figure out the best way we can utilize drbd in our organization > above and beyond the reading material Im able to find. What about > increasing the buffer with additional ram or the max-buffers option in > drbd.conf so I can work with smaller wan pipes where the traffic may need > to fall behind say 50 or 100 mb? > > > > I saw mention of drbd-proxy, is there more info I can find? Maybe we will > wait until this comes a little further to work into our solution. Currently > we use a windows based software solution which has been working up to this > point, but would like to use something a lot more flexible. > > > > I think I found my issue with protocol A being stalled during testing. I > had snd-buffer 512k which I saw several people mention they were using with > A. Since Im on the LAN and just testing the different scenarios this looked > like it was creating an issue, stalling out the drbd driver, even though > there was plenty of bandwidth (100mb) between the two nodes. -- : Florian G. Haas : LINBIT Information Technologies GmbH : Vivenotgasse 48, A-1120 Vienna, Austria