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 get it! I had help from my friend Pedro Sousa and he help so much... He notice that I have the following line on drbd.conf: allow-two-primeries I put out this line and everything work fine now... Thanks a lot Em Ter, 2009-07-28 às 07:46 -0300, Gilberto Nunes escreveu: > Hi > > thanks for reply > this what I do, actually.. > > My doubt is why when I create some files on node-2, when drbd device > turn back to primary node, the file do not appear.???? > > I use heartbeat as well...And I do not mount the drbd device at the same > time in two hosts... > > The drbd device is only mounted in secondary hosts, when primary hosts > has fail... > > So, the heartbeat on secondary host, mount the right drbd device for > me... > > Then I go to partition where drbd device is mount and create some > files... > > Then, when the primary node back, the heartbeat mount drbd device > again... But all files that I create when drbd device is mounted on > secondary hosts, is not there... > > WHY!!! > > Thanks > > > > Em Ter, 2009-07-28 às 09:21 +0100, Mark Watts escreveu: > > On Mon, 2009-07-27 at 10:45 -0300, Gilberto Nunes wrote: > > > Hi everybody > > > > > > I have some doubt here... > > > I deply two virtual server (KVM) with Ubuntu 9.04 > > > I had install drbd via apt-get. > > > Everything is work fine... > > > I had two nodes, node-A and node-B. > > > I can turn node-B as primary and return node-A as a primary... > > > I can mount /dev/drbd0 on node-A and node-B as well... > > > But, when I write some files on node-B, on mounted /dev/drbd0, when I > > > turn back node-A as a primary, on I had write on node-B do not appear on > > > node-A!! :| > > > > > > I do not any ideia what is going on!!! > > > > DRBD replicates blocks from one device to another, across a network. > > It does not know anything about the filesystem, so you MUST use a > > cluster-aware filesystem (GFS/GFS2 or OCFS2) if you want to mount the > > DRBD device on both servers at the same time. > > > > EXT3 is NOT cluster-aware, and you will LOOSE DATA if you try and mount > > an EXT3 DRBD filesystem on both servers at the same time. > > > > If you are just looking for Active/Passive fail-over, with a replicated > > EXT3 partition, then you can use DRBD with heartbeat to achieve this. > > Heartbeat will ensure that only one device has the partition mounted at > > any one time. > > > > The DRBD users guide gives comprehensive details on using DRBD with > > Heartbeat: http://www.drbd.org/users-guide/ch-heartbeat.html > > > > > > Mark. > > > Gilberto Nunes Ferreira > TI > Selbetti Gestão de Documentos > Telefone: +55 (47) 3441-6004 > Celular: +55 (47) 8861-6672 > > > _______________________________________________ > drbd-user mailing list > drbd-user at lists.linbit.com > http://lists.linbit.com/mailman/listinfo/drbd-user Gilberto Nunes Ferreira TI Selbetti Gestão de Documentos Telefone: +55 (47) 3441-6004 Celular: +55 (47) 8861-6672