Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.
Firstly, Thx for the answer, I searched program like this many times but I never found! So now, I am happy! :) Secondly, I run the tests but they were successfully! I run it for 30 sec and 600 sec (the correct form for the time limit: iperf -c node1 -t 30) but both test were right! There isn't firewall on these nodes yet. Another idea? Regards, Balázs Daniel van Ham Colchete írta: > 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 > _______________________________________________ > drbd-user mailing list > drbd-user at lists.linbit.com > http://lists.linbit.com/mailman/listinfo/drbd-user > > >