[DRBD-user] Start at boot on Ubuntu Server LTS

RYAN vAN GINNEKEN king at computerking.ca
Sun Aug 10 03:11:05 CEST 2008

Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.

Thank you that seemed to do the trick however if you do not setup a timeout section in the startup.

common {
  startup {
        wfc-timeout  22;
        degr-wfc-timeout 11;

The server will hang forever if something goes wrong on reboot.  Took me a couple of days to get in touch with data center to enter yes on the keyboard so system would come up for sshd access heehee.  Should be fixed now with the above entry

I have some more problems now but should start new threads for them have to be polite right?

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----- "Jürgen Scholz" <juergen at kernkraft400.com> wrote:

> > Every time i restart the system i have to manually run /etc/init.d 
> > to activate drbd. Anyone have any experience with Ubuntu or Debian
> Do something like update-rc.d drbd defaults to add symlinks to rc2.d 
> and rc3.d. See the commands --help or man for additional options.
> bye,
> juergen
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