ctdb with Infiniband
ihashu at gmail.com
Thu Jul 29 21:13:18 MDT 2010
Thanks for response.
I understood no much need for Infiniband for CTDB to get performance,
I don't much care about the
performance, but we need to use Infiniband (TCP over IB) as "a network
platform" for TCP/IP.
If I am misunderstanding, please let me know. --enable-infiniband
means for Cluster Interlink of CTDB?
I was tying to ib0 interface one of TCP/IP network interface for
public network of CTDB, but was getting
PARTIALLYONLINE and couldn't become OK on 'ctdb status'.
2010/7/29 ronnie sahlberg <ronniesahlberg at gmail.com>:
> The bad news is that the infiniband support has experienced bit-rot
> and is not maintained. So you can not use it. You have to use TCP
> The good news is that we managed to get the ctdb protocol reasonably
> fast and non-chatty so there is no real need for the low-latency
> infiniband transport for the inter-ctdb communications.
> Basically, the ctdb protocol is fast enough with GbE (or 10GbE) and
> TCP that the cifs serving bottlenecks lies elsewhere.
> ronnie sahlberg
> On Thu, Jul 29, 2010 at 12:09 PM, Shuichi Ihara <ihashu at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I'm building ctdb (1.0.114) with --enable-infiniband option, but
>> getting the following errors.
>> Compiling utils/ping_pong/ping_pong.c
>> Linking bin/ping_pong
>> Linking bin/ctdbd
>> ib/ibw_ctdb_init.o: In function `ctdb_flush_cn_queue':
>> /root/ctdb/ib/ibw_ctdb_init.c:140: undefined reference to `DLIST_REMOVE'
>> ib/ibw_ctdb_init.o: In function `ctdb_ibw_queue_pkt':
>> /root/ctdb/ib/ibw_ctdb_init.c:174: undefined reference to `DLIST_ADD_AFTER'
>> collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
>> make: *** [bin/ctdbd] Error 1
>> I've tested with OFED-1.4.x and OFED-1.5.x for Infiniband stuff, but
>> got a same error.
>> Any idea to fix this build issue?
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