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drbd and heartbeat
I have a 3TB disk shared for drbd0

the syncing is with 30MB/sec and it takes 2 days to complete

While syncing heartbeat is not working (is this correct?)

when i put both servers offline the disks need to resync again.. (2 days)

Is this normal?

Is there a new way for clustering?

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Re: drbd and heartbeat [ In reply to ]
Hey Marcel,

Could you send your /etc/drbd.conf and the output from the /proc/drbd ??

If your reboot the servers properly, you shouldn't need to do a full sync, it'll sync only what changed instead.

Get back with the files, and someone will probably help you out.

[]s

--Marcelo

On May 11, 2012, at 8:21 AM, Marcel Kraan <marcel@kraan.net> wrote:

> I have a 3TB disk shared for drbd0
>
> the syncing is with 30MB/sec and it takes 2 days to complete
>
> While syncing heartbeat is not working (is this correct?)
>
> when i put both servers offline the disks need to resync again.. (2 days)
>
> Is this normal?
>
> Is there a new way for clustering?
>
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Re: drbd and heartbeat [ In reply to ]
On 05/11/2012 02:21 PM, Marcel Kraan wrote:
> While syncing heartbeat is not working (is this correct?)

Uhm, no. What do you mean by "not working"?

It's a known limitation that you cannot safely use "crm node standby"
while your DRBDs are syncing.
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