[DRBD-user] how to know the full disk sync is done?

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Fri Mar 7 00:37:19 CET 2008

Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.

/etc/init.d/drbd status, assuming your drbd startup script (LSB init 
script) is in /etc/init.d

You can also do "cat /proc/drbd" assuming your drbd disk is named 'drbd'.

*Joe Koenig*

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Tao Yu wrote:
> I am using 8.0.6 and I have a question.
> The first time we bring up drbd instances on two nodes, there will be 
> the long-time-running processes to sync the full disk. How could I 
> tell that the full disk sync is done? Currently I use top to monitor 
> the drbd_receiver and drbd_worker processes, when their cpu usage is 
> 0, I assume the process is done. (ugly and not convincing to me, :( )
> Is there any command to check this?
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