[DRBD-user] drbd + 10gig network
muffaleta at gmail.com
Thu Oct 15 10:52:14 CEST 2009
I'm a little confused. DRBD and iSCSI are totally different things.
What exactly are you trying to do, architecturally?
On Wed, Oct 14, 2009 at 10:21 PM, Mike Lovell <mike at dev-zero.net> wrote:
> first off, hello everybody. i'm somewhat new to drbd and definitely new to
> the mailing list.
> i am try to set up a cheap alternative to a iscsi san using some somewhat
> commodity hardware and drbd. i happen to have some 10 gigabit network
> interfaces around so i thought it would be a great interconnect for the drbd
> replication and probably as the interconnect to the rest of the network.
> things were going well in my small proof of concept but when i made the jump
> to the 10 gigabit network interfaces, i started running into troubles with
> drbd not being able to complete a synchronization. it will get anywhere
> between 5 and 15 percent done (on a 2TB volume) and the stall. the only
> thing i have been able to do to get things going again is to take down the
> network interface, stop drbd, bring back up the interface, start drbd, and
> wait for it to stall again. i have to take down the network interface
> because drbd wont respond until then.
> in dmesg on the node with the UpToDate disk, i see errors like this in the
> kernel log.
> [191401.876167] drbd0: Began resync as SyncSource (will sync 1809012776 KB
> [452253194 bits set]).
> [191409.068152] drbd0: [drbd0_worker/24334] sock_sendmsg time expired, ko =
> [191416.533556] drbd0: [drbd0_worker/24334] sock_sendmsg time expired, ko =
> [191423.531804] drbd0: [drbd0_worker/24334] sock_sendmsg time expired, ko =
> [191429.888326] drbd0: [drbd0_worker/24334] sock_sendmsg time expired, ko =
> [191437.658299] drbd0: [drbd0_worker/24334] sock_sendmsg time expired, ko =
> in my trouble shooting, i tried changing the replication to use the gigabit
> network interfaces already in the system and the synchronization completed.
> i also tried a newer kernel and a new version of drbd.
> i am doing this on debian lenny using the 2.6.26 kernel and drbd 8.0.14 that
> are with the distro. the system is a single opteron 2346 on a supermicro
> h8dme-2 with a intel 10 gigabit nic. the underlying device is a software
> raid10 with linux md. i did try a 2.6.30 kernel and drbd 8.3 but it didn't
> has anyone seen anything like this or have any recommendations?
> thanks in advance
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Chris Chen <muffaleta at gmail.com>
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