Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.
Just a fast and big question. I know better the CentOS 6.x than CentOS 7. It's new for me. More tutorial for DRBD 8.3.x, than for 8.4.x. Any real big advantage to use CentOS 7 + DRBD 8.4 for production use? Worth to waste more time for that newer versions? I want 1 volume only, simple active-passive + pacemaker + corosync. I can ping each nodes, and firewall opened for 7788-7799 ports. Server access with common switch, what is works fine. Any idea? Thanks, aTTi On Sat, Sep 27, 2014 at 12:15 AM, Klint Gore <kgore4 at une.edu.au> wrote: >> From: aTTi [attiuj at gmail.com] >> >> node1: >> >> drbdadm -- --overwrite-data-of-peer primary all >> >> mkfs.xfs ... >> mount .. >> >> Now I see the XFS, I copied another file here. > > Don't do that until the nodes are talking to each other. > > It still looks like the nodes aren't talking. The unknown in the status on both sides tells us that each one can't find the other one. The firewall is the most obvious reason so turn it off on both sides and see if it starts. If not, start checking the logs for errors/warnings. > > klint. >