Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.
Hello, I've encountered well-known problem using DRBD: I haven't shrunk my existing filesystem during the setup process. Now, my fs contains errors and I need to run fsck on it to fix everything. My question are the following: The /dev/drbd0 device is linked to a logical volume. Instead of shrinking my filesystem, can I extend the logical volume in order to have the same result? What do I need to do after? Do I need to invalidate the secondary in order to have a full synchro? And last question: is it safe to run fsck on /dev/drbd0? Can this damage more my filesystem? thanks a lot for your answers -- Stéphane PS: would it be possible to emphasize a little bit more this question of shrink in the documentation?