From: alexx (ml-linux-vserver_at_ikse.net)
Date: Mon 25 Apr 2005 - 18:03:10 BST
Herbert Poetzl a écrit :
> On Mon, Apr 25, 2005 at 10:27:07AM +0200, alexx wrote:
>>All VServer are on it's own LVM partition in ReiserFS.
>>each partition is snapshoted a multiple of time.
>>Last days modification is the add of a cron script to make new snapshot
>>without delete the old (i want to keep 5 snapshots each time).
>>I umount old snapshot, and mount the new snapshot with :
>>"mount -o ro,noexec,nodev,noatime ..."
>>The snapshot cron is at 0:30
>>My backup server take data into the mounted snapshot at 1:00
>>And the vserver crash no longtime after.
> well, I would suspect that combination of LVM, reiser and
> dm snapshooting to cause unusual hight I/O traffic ...
it run fine with one snapshot on each partition since some week.
>>I stop this for now (just one snapshot at a time per partition).
>>Any other suggestion for the origin of the problem ?
> check the kernel logs maybe they give some hints ...
nothing in dmesg :/
Now, i've upgrave util-vserver to 0.30.206, stopped multiple snapshot, and wait
for 1:15am to see ... :/
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