Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.
Ryan Steele wrote: > I saw someone else post something similar to this a few weeks ago, but > didn't see any response to it. I've just set up DRBD 0.7.23 with > Heartbeat2 on two future database server. However, DRBD seems to have > corrupted my multi-disk RAID1. I booted a Knoppix CD on the affected > machines, removed the DRBD rc.d scripts, and rebooted and things were > fine. To verify, I ran update-rc.d to recreate the symbolic links, > and rebooted again to find that it again would not boot. Moreover, > even removing the rc.d links did not help - the array is, I fear, > irreparably damaged. > > Is there any acknowledgement of this bug, or are there any suggestions > as to how one might go about fixing it? I can't even boot into the > machine to run mdadm and repair the array, though maybe I can do that > from the Knoppix CD... > > In any case, I just wanted to make people aware, and hopefully get a > little feedback. Thanks. > > I'd also like to add that I'm running Debian Etch (4.0), with a 22.214.171.124 kernel, just in case that sheds any light on the situation. -- Ryan Steele Systems Administrator