Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.
On Monday 16 January 2006 12:08, Chip Burke wrote: > If your primary fails, the secondary does not change state unless you tell > it to. The initial primary that failed will come backup, recognizes that it > failed and stays in secondary. It sounds like you want automated failover. > For that you will need to integrate Heartbeat with drbd. Read this doc for > a How To: > > http://www.linux-ha.com/DataRedundancyByDrbd > > Pay special attention to the Unattended Mode section. Thanks for the link. I was under the impression that '/etc/init.d/drbd start' would bring up one of the nodes as primary. However, it wasn't until I started heartbeat that one of the nodes became primary. Seems to work great now. Thanks! Tom