Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.
On Tue, 20 Jan 2004 10:06:31 +0100 Francis SOUYRI <francis.souyri at apec.fr> threw this fish to the penguins: > Hello Georges, > What is the output of the "/sbin/drbdsetup /dev/nb1 show" on each node ? ["show" results below] I don't understand how sync-max got set so low for that device. It is the small (1GByte) /db file-system, so I'm not sure it's a serious problem, but still disturbing. I can't experiment until tonight -- I'll do a clean reboot and see. A more general question: Given that I want the sysadmin to be able to quickly switch /home to be primary on pig-db at any time whether: pig-app is dead pig-app is up and *thinks* its fine pig-app is down for some minutes and then boots back *thinking* it is fine is it better to have pig-app start drbd automatically at boot, or would it be safer/cleaner to start it only when manually bringing /home back to pig-app? And many thanks for all the comments and suggestions from you all! -- George pig-db:~ # drbdsetup /dev/nb1 show Lower device: 48:01 (/dev/rd/c0d0p1) Disk options: disk-size = 1052184 KB Local address: 10.0.0.114:7789 Remote address: 10.0.0.115:7789 Wire protocol: C Net options: timeout = 6.0 sec tl-size = 256 ## Hmmm, does this get calculated from sync-max? connect-int = 10 sec ping-int = 10 sec sndbuf-size = 131070 sync-min = 200 KB/sec sync-max = 250 KB/sec ## Eeeek! You're right! sync-nice = 10 pig-app:~ # drbdsetup /dev/nb1 show Lower device: 48:03 (/dev/rd/c0d0p3) Disk options: disk-size = 1052184 KB Local address: 10.0.0.115:7789 Remote address: 10.0.0.114:7789 Wire protocol: C Net options: timeout = 6.0 sec tl-size = 5000 connect-int = 10 sec ping-int = 10 sec sndbuf-size = 131070 sync-min = 10240 KB/sec sync-max = 102400 KB/sec sync-nice = -15 sync-group = 2 -- "Are the gods not just?" "Oh no, child. What would become of us if they were?" (CSL)