[DRBD-user] see replicated data

agag rysic at vp.pl
Wed May 30 16:15:06 CEST 2012

Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.

I found that I can set two disks as primary and then mount them but if I
write anything into mounted drive, then I mus remount disk in second

Any solution?

agag wrote:
> When I connected two drives in two hosts, I have two virtual driver
> /dev/drbd1 in every host.
> I can mount both but in secondary server it is mounted as read-only (it is
> OK in my opinion), but when I write something in drbd1 in primary server,
> I can't see anything in secondary. Is it possible to change that begavior?
> Can I see in secondary server files to be sure that data is synchronized
> and it can be read?
> I can see that data when I set primary as secondary but is it not so good
> idea in my opinion.
> Without that option I can't also synchronize "Whole system" - in example
> /etc (but I'm not sure if it is good idea ;) ).

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