Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.
Igor Neves wrote: > Hi, > > Are you still using software raid? > > Have you tryed out using hardware raid? > > The only time i had tryed out drbd with mdraid, well let's say, i > never will try that again, from now on, we only use areca raid cards. > Anyway, software raid it's slow, if you want to do this thing, buy > raid controllers, the best ones are areca, 3ware and lsi it's bad, > don't know all the others. > > Cheers, > > On 10/23/2009 10:40 PM, Mike Lovell wrote: >> exaggerated the problem. when the sync hangs, the drbd module is >> almost completely unresponsive. i tried doing a pause-sync and then >> resume-sync thinking that it would nudge the module into working but >> the commands timeout on talking to the module. i can still cat >> /proc/drbd but that is about it until i take down the network >> interface and drbd detects the network change. if i then bring back >> up the interface, drbd detects it can talk again but then only syncs >> a couple of megabytes before stalling again. i have tried every way i >> can think of to check the integrity of the network link between the >> hosts and everything says they are fine except for during a ping >> flood there will be a few out of a couple h > yes, i am using software raid. i guess i didn't try changing that during my hardware changes. i'll see if i can scrounge up some raid controllers to test this with. mike