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Nov
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comment DRBD & KVM replication is possible?
If you like my answer, would you up-vote and accept it, please?
Nov
15
comment DRBD & KVM replication is possible?
Yes. Each change made by the VM will be written to disk on both servers (unless DRBD is disconnected or not fully synced – both cases are no problem, as recovery by re-synchronisation is possible).
Nov
15
answered DRBD & KVM replication is possible?
Nov
15
comment ubuntu's average load never below “0.00 0.01 0.05”
The services, if they have no real work to do, will probably just run some scheduled actions in regular intervals. This, when averaged and rounded, will cause a 'constant' load.
Nov
13
comment Rsync Remote to Remote
@AliBZ: even if you make rsync remote.server:/source /local/target you are running rsync on the remote server. Rsync to/from remote server will call rsync command on the server (Via ssh or using own protocol). So using ssh to explicitly connect to one of the servers does not change much.
Nov
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answered Why is ethtool not showing me all the properties for a NIC?
Nov
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comment Secure IPTables rules for Corosync
@BatchyX: thanks for the reminder (I think I may need to review my firewall rules… ok, I have this enabled), though wrong or not, it should not break corosync communication, I guess…
Nov
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comment Secure IPTables rules for Corosync
The UDP rule provided in the question would often be enough to accept the multicast traffic. I don't think accepting IGMP is needed here – more important is that IGMP can be sent out, so any switch in between can set up multicast forwarding. And accepting every multicast, as you suggest is not needed, so probably not a good idea, especially when a rule for specific UDP ports follows.
Nov
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answered Deleting extended partition safely without rebooting
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accepted tmpfs fills up, although hardly used. How can I debug this
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answered tmpfs fills up, although hardly used. How can I debug this
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comment tmpfs fills up, although hardly used. How can I debug this
'complete list from df command' is incomplete (mtab does not contain all aufs mount points) and whole /proc/mounts, would take half of the question text with little added value. I think I have already solved the mystery and I will post my answer later today.