Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.
Hi, is there a (preferred) method to determine whether a resource is currently in dual-primary mode, e.g. show the active net-options? I use "drbdadm net-options --protocol=C --allow-two-primaries <res>" to active dual-primary mode temporarily for a resource and promote it on the former secondary, so I can migrate a virtual machine backed by this resource to another node. After migration has completed or failed, I demote the resource on the machine that does not run the vm and deactivate dual-primary mode with "drbdadm net-options --allow-two-primaries=no <res>". For safety reasons, I would like to verify whether the resource is not already resp. no longer in dual-primary mode, but I found no method to obtain this information: - /proc/drbd does not seem to contain this information - neither the documented nor official hidden commands of drbdadm seem to be able to return this information Any idea appreciated. Regards, // Veit