Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.
Hi, Here is my scenario. Node1:Panini Node2:Xenon 1. I made Panini primary, 2. mounted its /dev/drbd0, wrote some data on it. 3. Unmonted /dev/drbd0 4. Made Panini a secondary. 5. Made Xenon primary. 6. mounted its /dev/drbd0, read it... Data was replicated properly. 7. Now I pulled out (Secondary's(panini) network cable). 6. Xenon panicked saying broken pipe/connection lost. I thought, whatever data written on primary (Xenon) should have been synced to that of secondary (Panini) when its link(ethernet) came back. Am I doing mistake somewhere? What is concept behind syncing after failure? Is it device failure? Doesn't DRBD handle network failures? -Milind