[DRBD-user] Resync causing high load on peer

Florian Haas florian.haas at linbit.com
Wed Mar 19 08:41:48 CET 2008

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On Tuesday 18 March 2008 21:12:43 Ítalo Rossi wrote:
> Hello all,
> We have two nodes with drbd8.2.5 installed (redhat AS - kernel
> and debian etch - kernel 2.6.22).
> My primary node (debian etch) needed to be halted for some time, so I
> put the secondary node on primary state and run my services without
> any problem.
> When the other (debian etch) node become active, the resync cause a
> high load average on the redhat node (~= 130).
> Suspecting of low I/O's capacity and my application having hard write
> on disk, I've tried to reduce the transfer rate from 100M to 30M but:
> # drbdadm adjust -d resource
> 7018381312s: out of range

Well, it doesn't help much to state that you had a problem that surfaced when 
issuing "drbdadm adjust", and _not_ including your drbd.conf...

Please provide that. Thank you.


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