Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.
Hi all, I have this experimental setup where machine A acted as master, machine B as slave, working fine. Then I disconnected and put the slave B into a 3-node setup, now acting as master. This also worked. Now I went back to the original setup, trying to connect A (as master) with B (as slave). Didn't work, and I got > block drbd1: The peer's disk size is too small! This is no real surprise, in the course of doing the 3-node setup I put drbd-metatdata onto the partitions, so it would appear smaller afterwards - at least that's what I thought. On the level of "df", both partitions are identical of course. However, I had a look at /proc/partitions and found that 858337640 drbd1 old and new master 858372184 drbd1 3-node-metatdata-laden slave: larger ! Can I assume that putting the additional metadata on that slave took more than the 34544 blocks it is larger than its peer? And is there a way to calculate the space needed? Regards, Thomas