[DRBD-user] Access to the slave node

Ondrej Valousek Ondrej.Valousek at s3group.com
Thu Mar 15 11:55:58 CET 2018

> That is perfectly expected behavior. Imagine a resync from the primary that, for some time, makes the secondary inconsistent (see what Lars already told you). Would not make sense to mount that 
> one... Error codes are limited, "Wrong medium type" is the one that makes most sense.

> For DRBD9 it is possible to mount a secondary RO when there is no primary.

I am using DRBD9 and I am experiencing the same error when I unmount the filesystem on the primary node first (i.e. to make sure the filesystem is 100% consistent)

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