Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.
On 08/28/2012 09:50 PM, Two Spirit wrote: > I'm sorry, I have no clue what the diagram represents nor what the () > signifies in the diagram. I'm still a newbie, could I get layman english > translation please. Hmm, turns out thunderbird displays this quite awkwardly, for one. > > A--B > | | > (C) C > | > offsite What I'm saying is: You have failover nodes A and B, one of which mounts a stacked resource. C is the third node in your three-node setup. On C's side, its drbd resource (which is lower level from A/Bs perspective) is stacked on yet another drbd resource that is shared with the offsite node. Please note that there can be no "read only mirror" in this scheme. DRBD secondaries are not read-only. Rather they are "hands off" until you loose the primary and promote the standby node. You can opt to use it in read-only mode then. HTH, Felix