Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.
I have a situation where I'd like to be able to use DRBD, but only between two local block devices. I'd like to present an iSCSI-based disk to a host and replication a local block device to that iSCSI disk asynchronously. The Linux software RAID does not seem to support asynchronous replication, and the target system that will present the iSCSI block devices is a Solaris system using ZFS, so I cannot run DRBD on this system. So, is this possible - to just create a resource that asynchronously replicates two block devices? I realize that one way to do this would be to run two copies of DRBD on a single system - one would point to the original disk and the other to the iSCSI disk, but this seems sort of a kludgy way to accomplish this. I'm not opposed, just looking for a slightly more elegant solution. Thanks, Nick -------- This e-mail may contain confidential and privileged material for the sole use of the intended recipient. If this email is not intended for you, or you are not responsible for the delivery of this message to the intended recipient, please note that this message may contain SEAKR Engineering (SEAKR) Privileged/Proprietary Information. In such a case, you are strictly prohibited from downloading, photocopying, distributing or otherwise using this message, its contents or attachments in any way. If you have received this message in error, please notify us immediately by replying to this e-mail and delete the message from your mailbox. Information contained in this message that does not relate to the business of SEAKR is neither endorsed by nor attributable to SEAKR.