Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.
Hi, I'm going to be installing some new storage servers fairly soon using DRBD. I currently have 2 servers with this sort of config: r0 Primary/Secondary r1 Secondary/Primary I'm considering changing to something like this: r0 Primary/Secondary r1 Primary/Secondary r2 Primary/Secondary r3 Secondary/Primary r4 Secondary/Primary r5 Secondary/Primary on top of a 4x2TB RAID 10. This is in the interests of splitting users (mailboxes) into smaller partitions. Should a full sync ever be necessary then there's only be 130G to sync rather than 950GB like I have now. Are there any gotchas or good reasons that having multiple partitions like that are a bad idea? The original configuration I had has worked fine for ages apart from the servers not coping well with a full resync while still being under load. Thanks Guy -- Don't just do something...sit there!