[DRBD-user] 3-Node Setup

Robinson, Eric eric.robinson at psmnv.com
Fri Oct 8 07:15:35 CEST 2010


I set up a three-node cluster where node C acts as a secondary for both
nodes A and B for different resources. Node A & C own resource R1 while
nodes B & C own resource R2. If either node A or node B go down, node C
takes over primary for the failed node while continuing as secondary for
the non-failed node. Since I was able to get this to work, I assume it
is a legal and supported configuration, but it now occurs to me
belatedly to ask if  this is true. Are there caveats I should be
especially concerned about in this configuration?

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Eric Robinson


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