yannis.milios at gmail.com
Mon Aug 27 11:43:16 CEST 2018
> Do we agree on that?
Yes, thanks for clairying ...
> And that is the problem we have to fix. The linstor satellite deletes
> its resource files from /var/lib/linstor.d on startup. So
> linstor-satellite.service and drbd.service started more or less at the
> same time. The satellite deleted the res file, drbd.service could not
> bring it up, the rest is obvious.
Good to know that this is a "known" issue and that you are working for a
solution ... :-)
> The satellite just deleted it. If that would not have happened,
drbd.service would have brought it up, and the controller VM would have
> started (assuming the rest works expected). The key thing here is that
> we do *not* need to controller to start the controller VM.
> That is good to know. Basically with that you avoided that the res file
> got deleted, because it was at a different location ;-).
True .. :)
> In general we do not want that. We want the resource to be under linstor
> control. For example if you add a cluster nodes, it would be nice to
> just add that node and assign the resource to it.
I agree, that will be a much better approach.
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