Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.
Lars Ellenberg said: > / 2004-04-27 18:09:20 -0700 > \ Neil Schneider: >> I'm following the instructions on this page. >> http://www.slackworks.com/~dkrovich/DRBD/usingdrbdsetup.html to test >> drbd >> on a pair of servers, connected through a crossover cable to each other. >> When I check /proc/drbd I see this. >> >> 0: cs:SyncingAll st:Secondary/Primary ns:0 nr:5280 dw:5280 dr:0 pe:0 >> ua:13 >> [>...................] sync'ed: 0.1% (65572/65577)M >> finish: 62:11h speed: 236 (251) K/sec >> 1: cs:Unconfigured st:Secondary/Unknown ns:0 nr:0 dw:0 dr:0 pe:0 ua:0 >> >> Am I misreading, or is drbd not connecting the two servers? > > you want to have a look at the example config file (scripts/drbd.conf in > the tarball), at the manpage of drbdsetup and drbd.conf, and on the > documentation available on drbd.org. > > hint: sync-max Yeah, I've been reading the docs. What was confusing me was the second line. Why does it show a second device? Is there any documentation on setting up with LVM, or is it even possible? I've been trying to make it work, for a couple of days. If I set up drbd first then try to create the LVM on top, pvcreate says: # pvcreate /dev/nb0 pvcreate -- invalid physical volume "/dev/nb0" When I run drbd over top of LVM, no changes seem to propogate. And I can't seem to use /dev/system/home for example as a device for drbd. Is there no way to combine LVM and drbd? -- Neil Schneider pacneil_at_linuxgeek_dot_net http://www.paccomp.com Key fingerprint = 67F0 E493 FCC0 0A8C 769B 8209 32D7 1DB1 8460 C47D Fires can't be made with dead embers, nor can enthusiasm be stirred by spiritless men. Enthusiasm in our daily work lightens effort and turns even labor into pleasant tasks. --James Baldwin