Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.
Hi, > If sockets fail in some detectable (by tcp) fashion, > (RST, icmp unreachable or similar), > both sockets are dropped. > > Replication is only reestablished once both sockets > have successfully be reestablished. > > If sockets fail in some "strange" way (no RST, no icmp, > just a black hole), periodic in-protocol DRBD Ping packets > (on the meta socket) would no longer be answered, > again both sockets are dropped. > > If meta data socket is still ok (DRBD Pings are still answered in a > timely fashion), but there is no progress on the data socket, > read about ko-count. Thanks for your classification, I could make myself clear. What I want to find out is the third case! I set ko-count to 1, but it didn't work, it means DRBD did nothing, there was no syslog message about ko-count... I think my setup might be still wrong so I will try again. Thanks, Junko