Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.
>So adding a node node X to cluster A, that was > previously in cluster B and contains resources from the old cluster B. > Right? If it would not have been part of some kind of cluster B, it > would not have a control volume. "add-node" is synonymous for > "new-node". And "new-node" means that this node becomes part of the new > cluster and its old information is not required anymore. Something is very confusing here. It happens when the new node already contains a (empty) control volume. (I do many test here, so I often reset/delete my test nodes with 'drbdmanage init'). The documentation states you need to execute add-node on a existing cluster node. If you do that, you get the information that this will destroy your existing control volume. I guess this is because it automatically open ssh to the new node, so this output is from the new node, but printed one the console of the old node. Can you see the problem?