[DRBD-user] Node failure in a tripple primary setup
sascha.reule at mediacologne.de
Fri Mar 2 10:27:31 CET 2018
We’ve setup a three node cluster with DRBD 9.2.0 where all three nodes are primary and UpToDate.
This setup is working fine until we reboot one machine. After the machine comes up again, it won’t reconnect.
It’s state remain in „Outdated“ while it tries to connect to the other hosts (which are still both primary).
It does not matter what drbdadm command we execute. The state won’t change.
drbdadm up <resource>, drbdadm connect <resource> or drbdadm --discard-my-data connect <resource>
The only thing which works as workaround is putting one of the other two primarys to secondary and then disconnect and reconnect them. After this the rebooted host will connect and start syncing.
But in a real world scenario this is not practicable.
What's the right way after node failure in a tripple primary setup?
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