[DRBD-user] Primary Crash 1 WEEEK

Peter.Sokol at vwess.sk Peter.Sokol at vwess.sk
Thu Mar 24 16:26:40 CET 2005

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On Thursday 24 March 2005 03:41 am, Peter.Sokol at vwess.sk wrote:
> i had Problem with Primary Server (motherboard was defective).
> After exchange it i have the problems with the raid in the same server.
> I had to be done new installation of OS (Mandrake) with drbd 0.6.12 and
> heartbeat.
> I have on /dev/nb0 no data (its clean).
> All is ready for load...
> Secondary Server ran for 1 Week (with bigger size of data as before) ...

//Could you be more specific about what you mean by "with bigger size of
data as

     .........     > 1GB new Data

> Question:
> I can turn this Primary Server ?online (link together network card and
> serial interface between Primary and Secondary)?
> Then i have got to turn the Secondary offline?
> Or?
> And then?

//If I understand correctly, it sounds like your secondary server was
running as
//the primary for a week.  So you need to make your new primary server into


//secondary, syncronise the data and then you can reverse the roles of the

It?s possible that new primary /old secondary/ server will to be once again
as Secondary
and the old primary /at the moment offline/ again as Primary?

We can i synchronise the data Secondary -> Primary?

It runs 1 year without any problems.

//servers (i.e. resume operations as they were before your motherboard

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