Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.
Hello Hans-Joachim, thank you for your answer, but now I try to put a LVM over drbd and make a lv for each domU and I just leave the file-based VBD solution. Hope this will work. regards Joachim > Hi, > > >> meanwhile I upgraded the kernel and drbd to 8.2.4 but the problem still >> exists. >> I read your docu on pro-linux and read that you also had problems with >> Xen VBDs (_file:_ xyz.img), >> so I think about if I should make LVM over drbd and create a lv for each >> domU or if I should try to bring the tap:aio functionality into Xen and >> the kernel, but you did not have good experience with this tap:aio, did >> you ? >> > > right, it was desastrous. Maybe newer Xen does better, but I didn't > follow the Xen development. > > >> Can you recommed KVM, is there a docu how you switched from Xen to KVM ? >> > > I certainly have do do more tests, but currently it runs reliably. > It performs a ittle slower as Xen, at least on file operations. > The documentation is in preparation. Basically I created a new VM > on KVM, booted a rescue disk and rsync'ed the contents of the old VM into > the new one. With my largest VM with 300 GB this took a while. > You must not use the default network driver (ne2000) in KVM which > is broken. > > Regards, > hjb > -- --- Joachim Rieger agimatec GmbH Adenauerallee 73 D-53113 Bonn phone +49(0)228 184 869 80 - 31 telefax +49(0)228 184 869 80 - 15 e-mail: joachim.rieger at agimatec.de URL: http://www.agimatec.de Geschäftsführer: Jürgen Lüders HRB 14607 Amtsgericht Bonn