Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.
Good morning Lars thank you for your reply. > this is comming from the heartbeat messaging layer. something in there > is broken, or you somehow got a broken build, or, most likely, the > versions of the "drbd-outdate-peer" and the "dopd" are not matching. > >> What does this mean (bad magic number)? > > something in your heartbeat communication channels and the way the > "dopd" works with them is screwed up. > > as long as I cannot reproduce this, I cannot help you. > > is there anything "special" about your architechtures and distributions? No. I use the latest heartbeat from the opensuse build service by Andrew Beekhof. The Version is 2.1.12-24. You can get it here: http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/server:/ha-clustering/Debian_Etch/i386/ Kernel 2.6.18-4-686 is the standard Debian etch kernel. The system is up to date. Last "apt-get upgrade" was done yesterday morning. DRBD 8.0.7 is compiled from source using these commands: cd /usr/src/linux make mrproper make oldconfig make include/linux/version.h make modules_prepare cd /usr/src/drbd-8.0.7 make clean all KDIR=/usr/src/linux make tools make doc make install Another thing I tried yesterday is to pull the source used for the opensuse build service build and "diff" the dopd and drbd-peer-outdater source files with the ones from drbd 8.0.7. They were in fact different. So I tried to replace them but I could not get heartbeat to build with that source files. I dont have the exact error message at hand but it said something about wrong number of parameters in a heartbeat function call. Maybe you can give me some advice on how to build heartbeat with the matching dopd and drbd-peer-outdater files from the drbd source code? Regards Dominik