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> ISCSI connection, slow connection after boot
szrobag
 Posted: Nov 21 2015, 04:45 PM
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I have a problem with my ISCSI storage, and hop you can help me to solve this problem. The system was made following this tutorial:

https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Hi...bleiSCSITarget

So i have two nodes, 1-1 NIC for DRBD replication, ietd to connect the storage and heartbeat to keep them in sync.
Everything works fine, a tested it with restarting heartbeat as written in the last point. i was watching /proc/net/ietd/session, and the change is OK, the session builds up very quick. The problem comes when i restart the passive node . The connection to the storage still works, but if i restart heartbeat again to give control to the system i have rebooted i have to wait for ietd for about 20-30 sec. in this period the sessions build up, and the connection works again but very slow. After this first change will the change fast again untill i reboot one node... I made logs when i restarted heartbeat after boot and one of the heartbeat restart after. I was looking for differences in these logs but found nothing. Do you have any idea why the session build up so slow in the first heartbeat restart?
thanks for your help
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