[DRBD-user] please don't mix different drbd series ubuntu

Scott Inderlied scott at northwestcomputer.biz
Wed Nov 18 02:21:22 CET 2009


I'll save time and trouble and perform another clean install. I won't enable
any extra repos besides the linbit one and see what happens.

On Tue, Nov 17, 2009 at 7:08 PM, Scott Inderlied <
scott at northwestcomputer.biz> wrote:

> i never installed the 8.0.11...i took great care to install the correct
> ones after adding the repo. I performed a rmmod before
> uninstalling/reinstalling. it's doing it on both of my nodes too, and both
> show the proper versions installed under apt-show-versions. dmesg has this:
>
> [   69.310121] drbd: initialised. Version: 8.0.11 (api:86/proto:86)
> [   69.310126] drbd: GIT-hash: b3fe2bdfd3b9f7c2f923186883eb9e2a0d3a5b1b
> build by phil at mescal, 2008-02-12 11:56:43
> [   69.310128] drbd: registered as block device major 147
>
>    68  apt-get remove drbd8-module-2.6.24-24-server
>    69  updatedb
>    70  modprobe drbd
>    71  lsmod
>    72  rmmod drbd
>    73  locate drb
>    74  apt-cache search drbd
>    75  apt-cache showpkg drbd8-utils
>    76  apt-get remove drbd8-utils
>    77  updatedb
>    78  lcoate drbd
>    79  locate drbd
>    80  apt-get remove drbd
>  109  apt-get install drbd8-module-2.6.24-24-server drbd8-utils
>
> .
>
>
> On Tue, Nov 17, 2009 at 6:59 PM, Mike Lovell <mike at dev-zero.net> wrote:
>
>> Scott Inderlied wrote:
>>
>>> I'm running ubuntu 8.04 server and i installed drbd from the official
>>> repos i have through my contract. I've taken great care to specify the
>>> correct drbd-module kernel version and the drbd8 utils. I've uninstalled and
>>> resinstalled, yet i continue to receive this:
>>>
>>> DRBD module version: 8.0.11
>>>   userland version: 8.3.5
>>> please don't mix different DRBD series.
>>>
>>> apt-show-versions:
>>> drbd8-module-2.6.24-24-server/hardy uptodate 2:8.3.5-0+2.6.24-24.53
>>> drbd8-utils/hardy uptodate 2:8.3.5-0
>>>
>>> uname-r:
>>> 2.6.24-25-server
>>>
>>
>> this might sound like a silly question, but did have the 8.0.11 kernel
>> module loaded when you installed/reinstalled 8.3.5 and then not unload and
>> reload the modules? that would be my first guess as to what is going on.
>>
>> mike
>>
>
>
>
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> Scott Inderlied
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> 580 727 5170
> scott at northwestcomputer.biz
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