Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.
Marc; Though not a normal contributor along these lines, just dropping that you need to vgchange -an VG1 and when on secondary promoted finally vgchange -ay VG1. you can find open files using lsof and my common mistake is to be in a shell with in the lv hosted by the vg . see man vgchange and man lsof for syntax- cheers and happy new year On 12/28/2015 10:27 PM, Marc Ballat wrote: > Hi, > > 0. I have two hosts running debian jessie from /dev/sdb. > > 1. I followed the user guide and created a drbd resource directly on a > partition (/dev/sda1). > > 2. On top of my resource (/dev/drbd2), I created a LVM volume group > (VG1) and a logical volume (data2). I created an ext4 filesystem on > data2. > > Step 1 was done on two hosts (proxmox2, primary and proxmox3, secondary). > Step 2 was replicated by drbd from proxmox2 to proxmox3 with the > exception that the entries under /dev were not (/dev/VG1 and > /dev/mapper/VG1-data2). > > While fiddling and trying to find a way to create the entries under > /dev on proxmox3, I tried to demote proxmox2:data2 from primary to > secondary but it complains that > > root at proxmox2:# drbdadm secondary data2 > data2: State change failed: (-12) Device is held open by someone > Command 'drbdsetup secondary data2' terminated with exit code 11 > > The user-guide covers the early steps but ignores the complications. > I am new to drbd but I'd be willing to contribute to a more complete > user guide if I manage to finish my configuration ;-) > > Cheers. > > Marc > _______________________________________________ > drbd-user mailing list > drbd-user at lists.linbit.com > http://lists.linbit.com/mailman/listinfo/drbd-user >