[zfs-discuss] sending stream too slow on busy system

Tren Blackburn iam at theendoftime.net
Thu May 26 21:48:45 EDT 2016

On May 26, 2016 at 5:15:42 PM, Benjamin Smith via zfs-discuss
(zfs-discuss at list.zfsonlinux.org(mailto:zfs-discuss at list.zfsonlinux.org))

> On Monday, May 23, 2016 11:54:09 AM Paul Dagnelie via zfs-discuss wrote:
> > you
> > probably want to look into resumable send/recv; if your send is going to
> > take a week, you don't want to have to restart on day 6 because your
> > network dropped some packets on the floor.
> I developed a tool called "relentlesspipe" a while that essentially does a
> retrying MITM during a send/receive to handle this exact situation. You can
> yank the network cable, even change IP addresses of the sending/receiving host
> and as long as the DNS names resolve and neither system reboots, it will pick
> up and resume just fine.
> It a bit of set up, but once implemented, our DR and Archive replication has
> been basically flawless. The only time it's at all painful is when you manually
> kill it, you have to kill processes manually with `ps aux` and `kill -9`.
> (which happens perhaps 1x/year for us) It's written in PHP; here's the
> documentation for it, let me know if you want a copy:

I would love a copy of this. There have been times I would have killed
for something like this.

Thank you for sharing!



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