Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.
On 11/18/2010 02:37 AM, steve wrote: > Dear Felix, > > Thank you for your reply. Yes, the DRBD is the PV for the LVM volume > groups. I have multiple volumes in the volume group. One of the volumes > I created specifically for the NFS and made it an ext3 volume. This I > have mounted as a drive from a virtual machine residing in the same > setup (the boot drive for the VM is a separate logical volume). When I > tested it, it was showing the volumes were up to date in /proc/drbd, but > if I mounted the volume on the master and created a file or directory, > then unmounted it and switched to the slave NFS VM, the file wouldn't be > there. Hi, you're looking at an NFS issue then. It's probably not related to DRBD. I was under the impression that after making your 2nd DRBD peer master, there was no data in the LVs, which is likely not the case. > As it seems this is possible, and DRBD is doing it's job, then perhaps > it is an issue with how I have mounted the volume or setup heartbeat. I > will experiment some more. With the information provided, I don't think anybody can give you hints toward that end. Regards, Felix