Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.
(This is a newbie question.) Having got non-LVM version 9 drbdadm working with two storage nodes and a few no-local-storage nodes, I'm attempting to graduate to using drbdmanage and LVM. My goal is to have two storage nodes, one pure controller node without data storage, and a few no-local-storage compute nodes. However, I don't understand the green box in Figure 5 in the User's Guide, labeled as a 'Control node', 'controlvolume is a local LV', 'pure Controller', and 'nodes without data storage'. This is the figure: https://docs.linbit.com/ug-src/users-guide-9.0/images/drbdmanage-venn.png The only LVM volume group I see mentioned in chapter 5 of the DRBD 9 UG is the one it suggests to name 'drbdpool'. However, if the pure controller has no data storage, how can the controlvolume be a local LV. Can someone please enlighten a newbie on what seem to be contradictory descriptions? In case detail matters, I'm using drbd-9.0.9-1, drbdmanage-0.99.14, and drbd-utils-9.1.1 compiled from source on Ubuntu 16.04. Thanks, Robert Riches -------------- next part -------------- An HTML attachment was scrubbed... URL: <http://lists.linbit.com/pipermail/drbd-user/attachments/20171204/fbbc5273/attachment.htm>