[DRBD-user] drbdadm down failed (-12) - blocked by drbd_submit

Radoslaw Garbacz radoslaw.garbacz at xtremedatainc.com
Tue Oct 9 23:41:56 CEST 2018

Thank you for your answer.

The reported issue happens with drbd84 on CentOS7, details:
[root at ip-10-102-233-230 ~]# uname -r

DRBDADM_BUILDTAG=GIT-hash:\ c0fb2d367b8be5e9f53919f88a8c344dc8c61fe9\
build\ by\ mockbuild at Build64R6\,\ 2016-12-13\ 17:38:13

Once installing drbd90 I encounter problems with parsing my resource
configuration files (even though the documentation has not changed: man
drbd.conf), besides the obvious removed support for 'max-bio-bvecs' and
'unplug-watermark' the tool does not dump 'startup' section when using:
drbdadm dump "resource", however when I introduce intentional error in
section 'startup' it does complain about the syntax:

1. Intentional error:
  startup {
      become-primary-on           ip-10-102-233-230.ec2.internal;

results in reported syntax:
[root at ip-10-102-233-230 ~]# drbdadm dump data0
drbd.d/data0.res:128: Parse error: '<an option keyword> | become-primary-on
| stacked-timeouts' expected,
        but got 'testing'

2. Proper (?) 'startup' section:
  startup {
    become-primary-on           ip-10-102-233-230.ec2.internal;

results in no 'startup' section listed on 'dump':
[root at ip-10-102-233-230 ~]# drbdadm dump data0 | grep startup
[root at ip-10-102-233-230 ~]#

Is this intentional, i.e. not to dump 'startup' section?

[root at ip-10-102-233-230 xdcluster]# drbdadm --version
DRBDADM_BUILDTAG=GIT-hash:\ fed9a1df82015e52c14c912fa4b93336e2ab4fcc\
build\ by\ mockbuild@\,\ 2018-04-20\ 19:30:46

Thanks in advance,

On Wed, Oct 3, 2018 at 1:44 AM, Julien Escario <julien.escario at altinea.fr>

> Le 02/10/2018 à 19:56, Radoslaw Garbacz a écrit :
> > Hi,
> >
> >
> > I have a problem, which (from what I found) has been discussed, however
> not in
> > the particular case, which I experienced, so I would be grateful for any
> > suggestions of how to deal with it.
> Your problem sounds pretty similar to a recent experience we had BUT with
> (and drbdmanage).
> You can try to force disconnect by firwalling ports 7789/7790 with
> iptables on
> nodes and try to force socket disconnect with
> http://killcx.sourceforge.net/.
> I didn't manage to get rid of this situation without rebooting a node.
> I was told to upgrade the drbd kernel module.
> Good luck !
> Julien
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Best Regards,

Radoslaw Garbacz
XtremeData Incorporated
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