Lost packets and dead/warntime
sebvieira at gmail.com
Fri Aug 18 08:19:46 BST 2006
Uhm, could you please try to explain to me why i now get +100 lost packets
in less than 12 hours? :)
On 8/17/06, Sebastian Vieira <sebvieira at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 8/15/06, Graeme Fowler <graeme at graemef.net> wrote:
> > Stop your eth2 NICs from autonegotiating with the appropriate driver
> > options in modules.conf, modprobe.conf, /etc/modules or whatever your
> > distro uses. If they're 100 meg cards, force them both to 100BaseTX-FD;
> > for gig cards force them to 1000BaseTX-FD.
> Does it matter that i compiled the nic drivers in the kernel, or should i
> load them as modules? I have now set them to the correct speed and set
> autoneg off, using ethtool instead of mii-tool.
> You mentioned real-time :) I changed the autonegotiating setting and the
> link apparently dropped long enough to cause a failover. Luckily this wasn't
> the production LVS :D
> It looks like this was the problem. Still not all connections are being
> transferred to the backup node upon a failover though. I don't suppose
> there's a percentage of connections that is guaranteed to sync correctly, is
> there? (for example: of 100 connections, about 80 of them should sync
> Thanks for your help so far!
> Kind regards,
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