Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.
Hi, I am getting the following error while syncing: Kernel panic: drbd0: Got NegRSDReply. WE ARE LOST. We lost our up-to-date disk. and so far all of my attempts to fix it have failed. This is the history: - The primary server failed and the backup took over - When the primary server was restored, the syncing started from the backup to the restored primary, followed by this error, mostly near the end of the syncing process (95%-98%). - I tried fsck -f -y /dev/drbd0 on both ends. On first attempt, I had the error that the filesystem size was larger than the physical size. Not sure how this happened, as I'm sure I put the filesystem on the drbd device and not the raw device, but regardless, I resized the underlying filesystem and restarted the drbd device and the fsck found a couple of problems and otherwise went OK. But the NegRSDReply persisted. - I tried fsck -c -f -y /dev/drbd0 to search for bad blocks on the sync source end. It took forever near the end of the disk. Now I still get the same NegRSDReply problem, but it is happening much earlier in the syncing process. A second drbd drive on the same cluster has resynced just fine. Any suggestions as to how I can resolve this? Thanks, -- Jon