Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.
On Thu, Jan 22, 2004 at 03:14:15PM +0100, Francis SOUYRI wrote: > >Well, of course, I rsync a file from /tmp on the one server to /tmp > >on the other one which should be equivalent! > > > Your /tmp is a tmpfs, ramfs filesystem (memory filesystem) or a disk > filesystem ? If it is a disk filesystem the test of the dd/rsync and > drbd syncall with a "Wire protocol: C" is not equivalent, if you want to > do an equivalent test you can try a test with a "Wire protocol: B". /tmp is a partition in the same RAID array as the DRBD partitions. So I tested writing from memory to local disc and then transferring the data via network to the remote disc. > What is the filesystem of our drbd devices what is the block size ? for > the drbd device a 4k block size is better. 4k on all partitions. And it should kept in memory that the syncall speed used to be 20mins for both partitions before I upgraded the hardware to faster pieces and the kernel to a newer version! bye, -christian- -- Christian Hammers WESTEND GmbH | Internet-Business-Provider Technik CISCO Systems Partner - Authorized Reseller Lütticher Straße 10 Tel 0241/701333-11 ch at westend.com D-52064 Aachen Fax 0241/911879