Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.
On 27/12/2016 12:08, Roland Kammerer wrote : > On Tue, Dec 27, 2016 at 11:26:45AM +0100, Jean-Daniel Tissot wrote: >> <html> >> <head> >> <meta content="text/html; charset=windows-1252" >> http-equiv="Content-Type"> >> </head> >> <body bgcolor="#FFFFFF" text="#000000"> >> <div class="moz-cite-prefix">On 27/12/2016 10:19, Roberto Resoli >> wrote :<br> > Please stop sending html-only mail. Sorry for that, I do not see my mail was HTML-only. > >> I used DRBD 9 knowing it is not recommended for production.<br> > Hm, there might be some over interpretation, right? IMO all that was > said is that if you don't need the additional features of DRBD9 (more > nodes, auto-promote, RDMA, resource management with drbdmanage), then > stay with drbd 8.4. IMO drbd9 improved a lot since .0, its simply your > decision. In https://pve.proxmox.com/wiki/DRBD9 they said "DRBD9 integration is introduced in Proxmox VE 4.x as technology preview". I don't know what they mean by preview. I don't have any commercial support for Proxmox or DRBD. Our financial resources are limited. >> Since we are on a production cluster, is it dangerous to switch to >> Linbit repository ?<br> > Switching the repo isn't. Proxmox drbdmange had very minimal > modifications, basically using a different storage plugin as default. We > even ship that modification in our repo. The real thing is that the > drbdmanage *versions* shipped are very different. Get familiar with the > new one, especially the changed startup, try it in some VMs. Know what > the implications are if nodes are mission and you try to start the > cluster. There are many posts about that already, I don't repeat it here > again. > >> When DRBD 9 will be stable and really usable in production?<br> > That's not a serious question, right? When will Linux be stable? For sure, a lot of my servers are on Debian / Jessie, they call it stable. That does not mean there is no bugs, but Jessie can be used in production. What I mean is "Is DRBD 9 in testing mode ? And can we use it in production ?" Sorry for my bad english. Regards, Jean-Daniel > > Regards, rck >