Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.
Hello everyone, I have readed the drbd doc, exactly in the part about permanent node failure "Replacing a failed node with one with worse performance characteristics is possible, but not recommended. Replacing a failed node with one with less disk capacity is not supported, and will cause DRBD to refuse to connect to the replaced node." I want to increase the total disk capacity in the cluster. My idea is to change the secondary node for a new node with more disk space, once sincronized, change the role to primary and change the another node disk capacity and sincronize this one again. I have readed the Growing on-line and Growing off-line too but this talk about grow the backend device and grow the drbd space not about sync the drbd with a new node with more disk space. My dude is Can I will use the new total disk capacity in the drbd device resized? Tank you very much.