Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.
> These steps may or may not work, I hope DRBD isn't smarter than is good > for itself ;-) > > ip addr add 10.213.0.1/30 dev eth1 > ip addr add 10.213.0.2/30 dev eth1 > echo -e '10.213.0.1\tselfA' >> /etc/hosts > echo -e '10.213.0.2\tselfB' >> /etc/hosts > > Then use selfA and selfB as peers in your DRBD configuration. > > All of this is untested, but I hope you get the general idea. Yes, the > addresses are arbitrary. > > HTH, > Felix I will give this a shot. Some initial tests I did late last week, however, showed that DRBD expects one of the peers in the config file for a resource to be the actual hostname of the machine that it's running on. But maybe I can trick it into working... -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.