Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.
I`m using drbd 8.0pre5 that comes with ubuntu feisty and I have the following problem: When I `reboot -f` the primary node in an active/passive mode, heartbeat fails to do the takeover. The reason in that the /etc/ha.d/resource.d/drbddisk script tries to make the node primary before it knows that the other node is no longer available. The script does take of this by trying to run a few times `drbdadm primary all` but it evaluates the exit status. The real problem here is that `drbdadm primary all` exits with 0 even if it fails to make the current node primary because it thinks the other node is still alive: root at client:~# drbdadm primary all State change failed: (-1) Multiple primaries now allowed by config root at client:~# echo $? 0 This makes takeover to fail. IS this a know issues, has anyone else had a problem with it? Is this a bug at all?