Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.
We are playing with the drbd 0.7.14 sollution atm. We have 2 identical systems: Systemdisk (/dev/hda1) Testpartition on a seperate Disk (/dev/sda1) Node1: /dev/drbd0 Node2: /dev/drbd0 Protocoll C On-io-error detach This is our initial-situation: Node1: Drbd Connected Primary/Secondary Consistent Node2: Drdb Connected Secondary/Primary Consistent Now we make on node1: # drbdadm detach all Node1: Drbd Diskless Primary/Secondary Consistent Node2: Drdb Connected Secondary/Primary Consistent Everything is fine - Read- Write procedures are directed to Node2 Now I want to bring Node1 in Connected Primary/Secondary Inconsistent- mode, so that it is able to synconize with Node2. Is there a way to bring up node1´s harddisk again without doing a "drbdadm down/up all"? In short words: detach all attach all And everything is still fine *g* NETCOM Sicherheitstechnik GmbH Christian Volk (Entwicklung) Boppstrasse 38 55118 Mainz Tel: 06131/6305-0 Fax: 06131/6305-40 www.netcom-sicherheitstechnik.de ____________ Virus checked by G DATA AntiVirusKit Version: AVK 16.2335 from 21.12.2005