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 in this situation: Host A has a DRBD resource (primary, StandAlone) >>> and I want to create a diskless peer for it in dual-primary setup on >>> host B. So I do the following: >>> >>> A: /sbin/drbdsetup 10 net 192.168.1.191:19010 192.168.1.192:18999 C -m >>> --create-device >>> B: /sbin/drbdsetup 10 net 192.168.1.192:19010 192.168.1.191:19010 C -m >>> --create-device >> >> I count three ports: >> 192.168.1.191:19010 >> 192.168.1.192:19010 >> 192.168.1.192:18999 >> >> Is this intentional? > > OMG. How to make a fool of myself in one easy step... overlooked that > completely. Thanks for pointing that out. > Hmm, I just tried it with above mentioned error corrected and got to same result: A: /sbin/drbdsetup 5 disk /dev/mapper/obrazy-vvsys5 /dev/mapper/obrazy-vvsys5 internal --set-defaults --create-device A: /sbin/drbdsetup 5 primary B: /sbin/drbdsetup 5 net 192.168.1.192:19005 192.168.1.191:19005 C -m --create-device A: /sbin/drbdsetup 5 net 192.168.1.191:19005 192.168.1.192:19005 C -m --create-device ... wait until connection is established (about 1 second) B: /sbin/drbdsetup 5 primary After that connection is dropped immediately and dmesg shows the same thing I pasted in previous e-mail. (Re-establishing the connection takes about 1 second in this case.) Any ideas?