Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.
I have drbd 0.7.21-1.c4 installed from RPM on CentOS 4.4. I also have iSCSI Enteprise Target installed. There are two servers that are the exact same - Dell PowerEdge 2950, each with a 1TB RAID 10 to be exported via iSCSI. Then, I have 2 clients, with ocfs2 installed that use an iSCSI initiator to connect to one of the servers. This works fine - I am able to mount the drive, read and write files, etc. However, if I mount the drive via iSCSI from Server A and write some files to it, they do not Sync over to Server B. I did watch drbd do a full sync of the systems (via cat /proc/drbd). If I check status, it shows the correct server as primary, shows the data as consistent, but if I switch the server that is primary and point my client (iSCSI/ocfs2) to that server, I get a different set of files. I do not have the drive (/dev/sdb1) mounted on the primary drbd server. It only gets mounted on the client machines. Do I need to install ocfs2 on the servers and mount the drive on the primary server? I assumed ocfs2/iSCSI would handle writing the data to the drive and drbd would mirror it to the secondary server. Anyone have any ideas what I missed? Thanks, Rob