Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.
Hi > Whether it's "supported" depends entirely on what you do with this sort > of setup. :-) For KVM or Xen it's generally fine, for KVM it's indeed > something of a prerequisite. So it is supposed to work and does not conflict with drbd in any manner. That's what I was looking for. > I suppose you want to know what you can do with these "partitions" from > the host environment. Check out the man page of kpartx and play with the > devmaps which "kpartx -av /dev/drbd2" generates. I already got into that. There even is something called "vbdmount", a python script that did the job quite nicely. Still learning though. > Be warned, though: you're on your own in coordinating your devmap access > with that from KVM. In other words, don't mount and modify any of these > filesystems while KVM is using the device. Of course not. Thank you! Dominik