Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.
On 06/15/2013 08:08 PM, cesar wrote: > Thanks digimer for your prompt response. > > About of DRDB and bond Round-Robin: > In this link: > http://www.howtoforge.com/high-availability-nfs-with-drbd-plus-heartbeat > You will see that RR for DRBD is recommended, but inside my ignorance, I do > not know what to say > > Then please could you give me some links about your recommendation of not > using RR with DRBD?, to learn more about this limitation. > > And about of fencing, I don't worry and don't need fencing for DRBD because > I have configurated manual fencing (ie with human interaction) for my VMs, > and each VM have his virtual HDD in the same HDD of his Node, ie into of > partitions for use with DRBD, and is here where DRBD is working in dual > primary mode (I hope understand me), but many thanks for your recomendations > > Best regards > Cesar > > > > -- > View this message in context: http://drbd.10923.n7.nabble.com/Replication-problems-constants-with-DRBD-8-3-10-tp17896p17899.html > Sent from the DRBD - User mailing list archive at Nabble.com. > _______________________________________________ > drbd-user mailing list > drbd-user at lists.linbit.com > http://lists.linbit.com/mailman/listinfo/drbd-user > From the drbd page (http://www.drbd.org/users-guide/s-prepare-network.html); | When DRBD is run over switches, use of redundant components and the | bonding driver (in active-backup mode) is recommended. Heartbeat itself is deprecated, has not been developed in some time and there are no plans to develop it in the future. When you say "I don't worry and don't need fencing for DRBD because I have configurated manual fencing", it tells me you do not understand the importance of fencing. Manual fencing is not fencing, is prone to mistakes and was even removed entirely as an option in RHEL 6. Beyond this, I don't know what else to tell you. -- Digimer Papers and Projects: https://alteeve.ca/w/ What if the cure for cancer is trapped in the mind of a person without access to education?