Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.
Il 06-09-2017 16:22 David Bruzos ha scritto: > I've used DRBD devices on top of ZFS zvols for years now and have been > very satisfied with the performance and possibilities that that > configuration allows for. I use DRBD 8.x on ZFS latest mainly on Xen > hypervisors running a mix a Linux and Windows VMs with both SSD and > mechanical drives. I've also done similar things in the past with > DRBD and LVM. The DRBD on ZFS conbination is the most flexible and > elegant. You can use snapshotting and streams to do data migrations > across the Internet with minimal down time while getting storage level > redundancy and integrity from ZFS and realtime replication from DRBD. > A few scripts can automate the creation/removal of devices and > coordinate VM migrations and things will just work. Also, you can > then use ZFS streams for offsite backups (if you need that kind of > thing). > Another thing is that you may not need the realtime replication for > some workloads, so in those cases you can just run directly on ZFS and > omit the DRBD device. At least for me, that great flexibility is what > makes running my own configuration worth it. > > Just my 25 cents! > > David Hi David, thank you for your input. It was greatly appreciated. Regards. -- Danti Gionatan Supporto Tecnico Assyoma S.r.l. - www.assyoma.it email: g.danti at assyoma.it - info at assyoma.it GPG public key ID: FF5F32A8