Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.
Balázs, if I were you I would first test my network conection on intensive traffic. Try using IPERF (http://dast.nlanr.net/Projects/Iperf/). Start iperf with "iperf -s" at the first node a them "iperf -c node1 -s 30" on the second. If everything goes OK, them increase the test time (-s 30 = 30 seconds). This will tell you if your having any problems with the driver/kernel/NIC/cable systems. You could also check your firewall rules for any climit/limit rule. Best regards, Daniel Colchete On 12/8/06, Zachár Balázs <zachar at direkt-kfki.hu> wrote: > Hello @list! > > > I use drbd 0.7.21 on SUSE prof 10.1. > > I configured it and when I starting the drbd, everything looks fine, but > when It starting to sync it works fine about 10 sec and then crash. > > Between the two PC I use Cat 6 cross 1000 Mb/s cable. > > Before the crash I can ping the onother node on the drbd interface but > after the crash I can't!!! And there isn't any link down message in the > logs. > > What is it mean magic?? in the B-node's log??? > > Thanks, > Balázs