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 have two pairs of servers over the same 10 Gbit link: 1) Pair A is replicating a 1TB Sata Disk using drbd8 (Debian Jessie 8.6). 2) Pair B is replicating a 0.8TB Volume with an unterlying hardware Raid 10 consisting out of 6 SAS Disks, Stripe 16k utilizing drbd9 (Kernel 4.4 Proxmox) The server pair B should beat server pair A by at least by a factor of 3. In case of a sync: * Pair A delivers a sync rate of 20 Mb/sec. * Pair B delivers a sync rate of 1 MB/sec Any ideas? Any help appreciated Volker -- ========================================================= inqbus Scientific Computing Dr. Volker Jaenisch Richard-Strauss-Straße 1 +49(08861) 690 474 0 86956 Schongau-West http://www.inqbus.de =========================================================