Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.
Il 22/12/2016 11:17, Roland Kammerer ha scritto: > On Thu, Dec 22, 2016 at 10:53:24AM +0100, Roberto Resoli wrote: >> Il 21/12/2016 12:40, Roland Kammerer ha scritto: >>> On Wed, Dec 21, 2016 at 12:15:58PM +0100, Roberto Resoli wrote: >>>> Il 12/12/2016 11:51, Roland Kammerer ha scritto: ... >> Unfortunately when upgraded to drbd components from the new linbit >> repository on a node without running vm something started going wrong, >> main issue being new drbdmanage from python-drbdmanage not working; even >> a simple >> >> drbdmanage list-nodes >> >> resulted in a wait forever, without any info in syslog. > > There should be. Maybe set "loglevel=debug" in /etc/drbdmanaged.cfg ok > For the second thing: There I would need more information. The version > we ship and the one from proxmox are very different. In between these > versions the architecture of DM was changed. Just as an example: If you > have two nodes in your cluster and you started DM only on one node, it > will never start up successfully. Or if only a minority of your overall > nodes is operational, drbdmanage will refuse to start, as it waits for a > majority. The cluster is three nodes, the third being there just for quorum, and these needs (testing, upgrading and similiar tasks) > -) Try to get logging working. ok > -) Maybe start with a simple one-node cluster. Just to check if it works > in general. In that case startup is trivial and fast. I cannot dedicate hw for that, sorry. > -) Make sure that the majority (or in a two node cluster both) nodes > have a running drbdmange ("drbdmanage startup"). In that particular > version actually make sure all nodes are up. They were. > - Startup will take longer, look at the syslog where it writes who won > the leader election, to which nodes it has contact, ... ok > - Please start a new thread, I think this is not proxmox related, it is > related to the new version and the new architecture. Will do; thanks for quick answers. bye, rob