Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.
On 08/28/2012 10:55 PM, Carlos Xavier wrote: > Hi. > > Since there was no one hint to solve this trouble, the only temporary > solution I found to allow me to continue with the cluster configuration > was wipe out all the related DRBD configuration from the crm and start > the DRBD resources by the /etc/init.d/drbd init script. > > If someone have another solution I´ll be glad to hear about. > > Kind regards, > Carlos. Hi, I believe the problem is that pacemaker is not yet very well equipped to handle dual-primary setups (at least to my knowledge). In a traditional primary/secondary setup, a node becoming master can fence its peer and give you some safety against split brains. It's much more complex for dual-primary. You would basically need to teach pacemaker to remember which node left the cluster last, and make sure the other node does not get to work standalone. Again, I disbelieve that's currently possible. Maybe there's a simpler solution, though. Regards, Felix