[DRBD-user] 2.6.33 panic on resync

Florian Haas florian.haas at linbit.com
Sat Mar 6 16:42:20 CET 2010

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On 03/06/2010 03:31 PM, Matteo Tescione wrote:
> Hello,
> I succesfully compiled drbd-8.3.7 against linux-2.6.33 with builtin drbd module running centos5.3 x86_64.

What do you mean you compiled 8.3.7 "against" 2.6.33? Did you do an
out-of-tree module build from current git? If so, why? Or did you just
roll your kernel with DRBD enabled?

> However i'm experiencing kernel panic few seconds after a full resync starts.
> Attached is a screnshot of the panic.

Even though the picture isn't exactly of prime quality, the message is
plain English: "out of memory and no killable processes". Fix your
memory pressure?

> Now that drbd is finally on the kernel, do I have to cc'ing linux-kernel lists?

No. This list is fine; kernel issues will be escalated as needed.


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