DRBD 8.4 PDF
LINBIT DRBD (old-stable). Contribute to LINBIT/drbd development by creating an account on GitHub. You don’t want to create the filesystem on your backing disks for DRBD (sdb and sdc); you want to create the DRBD first, and then format the. Drbdadm is the high level tool of the DRBD program suite. Drbdadm is to drbdsetup and drbdmeta what ifup/ifdown is to ifconfig. Drbdadm.
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rrbd Command ‘drbdsetup connect r0 ipv4: Sign up using Email and Password. Wait for a long time returned no result. I added the information to the bellow of the question.
centos7 – Can’t run drbdadm up with DRBD on CentOS – Server Fault
I know the reason. Device ‘0’ is configured! Zero out your partition on both nodes on both nodes. It’s the right order. I have did what you suggest: Thank you very much for your very good answer! After run that zero out command, both of showed: Follow official guide to config the basic resource on both nodes: Don’t rdbd that, you don’t know what you’re doing: Email Required, but never shown.
I was using basic 10GB disk on each node. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.
Post as a guest Name. Added 16GB new hard disk on each node.
That last link also uses sdb1 for DRBD instead of sdb. Run drbdadm connect all on node1: After I added the new hard disk on both nodes, I did partition and format on them!
drbd.conf-8.4 man page
And ran 8.44 -a now: So how much space is required in this case? It’s not an issue of the “right order”, it’s that you’re writing stuff to a device which does or will underly DRBD other than to clear it in advance as suggested in this answer.
The only necessary thing is do the partition only. Sign up using Facebook.
man page – drbd-utils | ManKier
At this time, ran systemctl start brdb on both nodes, all of them got pending. DRBD is obviously a great dgbd, and is easy to use once you understand the basics, but you’re dealing with storage so there is a lot of room to mess things up in a permanent way.
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