Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.
/ 2004-06-04 14:46:19 +0100 \ Tim Jackson: > Anyway, thanks for confirming that my understanding seems to be right. > DRBD/Heartbeat really is a powerful combination. Perhaps this would be a > useful example to put in some documentation (maybe an examples.txt) > somewhere? I know that there's nothing there which isn't already covered > in the documentation, but with things like this, lots of examples can help > to explain things even better (alongside the docs) and build confidence in > a user that they understand what's going on. if you can spare the time, how about looking at http://wiki.trick.ca/linux-ha/GettingStartedWithHearbeat then have a look at the existing pages, and fill in some content in GettingStarted/DRBD and related pages? Would be great. > By the way, your help to myself and others on this list is very much > appreciated. Although the basic concepts of DRBD are fairly simple, and > the documentation is pretty good, the implementation details are where > doubts tend to appear and in systems like this we all naturally want to be > 100% sure about what we're doing. Given that, and the fact that there only > seem to be a small number of people (you, Philipp, a few others maybe) who > understand DRBD inside out, then I'm sure it wouldn't have as many users > if it wasn't for your patient help in clearing up these issues and helping > with tweaking etc. I've learnt a lot just from reading other people's > problems and solutions. So thanks for your time! Thanks for spelling this out. Unfortunately this is not exactly what pays my bills... :)