Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.
Lars, 1. Nothing arrives at /tmp/drbd_1/ Does anyone confirms if this works? 3. # drbdsetup /dev/nb0 replicate "replicate is not a command" What? :) Regarding if I need or not DRBD: I'm studying (Open)GFS, (Open)AFS and Intermezzo, as well as DRBD. I really liked what you are doing here, but I need a solution *fast*. Still can't get drbd 0.6.12/0.7 to work, but had not much time to experiment. I'd like to do it this evening. The problem is that I setup both servers and cat /proc/cpu keeps showing 1: has unConfigured. iptables is off. I had to do something wrong, will look at it tonight. What I need is some solution that gets this possible: I have server1 and server2, both with a local filesystem subtree, which should be identical in both servers and sync'ed in real time (as fast as possible). Suppose this: you login to server1 and "echo SOMETHING > ~/TEST". Logout and immediately login to server2. When you do "cat ~/TEST" you may see 1) that the file exists and 2) look at its contents (SOMETHING). I'm very new to this, so I'm taking small steps here. Anyone has a suggestion? Is DRBD what I need? And, by the way, thank you for your fast responses. Best regards, Em Thu, 22 Apr 2004 12:33:32 +0200, Lars Ellenberg escreveu: >> > Lars, what about the other questions I've made? >> >> must have overlooked them. > > uhm, looking back in this thread, I don't see what you mean -- > what other questions? > > Lars -- - Nuno Tavares http://nthq.cjb.net/