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I was not trying to squeeze myself into getting free payed support :).
Everything shows that the system works fine, but the facts are that is not
There is no reason drbd to say that both disks are up-to-date, when they are
So i suppose either:
1. There is something broken with drbd on gentoo
2. There is something broken in drbd
3. I have a directive in the configuration which makes drbd not to sync
right but to report it (also drbd issue?)
As I could easily just rsync named files from one box to another (manually
editing files means that a rsync is just some letters typing away) it is
nothing critical for me, just curiosity.
So anyone else to try an answer?
Lars Ellenberg wrote:
> On Tue, Mar 09, 2010 at 07:32:06AM -0800, avn wrote:
>> I think that we have to separate the issues (or maybe here is my
>> All the configuration issues pointed by you are from my understanding
>> related only to what happen only after a split brain is detected/occured.
>> And split brain could occur due to a lot of facts. Yes, since the servers
>> are collocated and they share a separate network connection, this should
>> very unlikely, but not impossible.
>> So it should not influence the mecanism of the synchronization.
>> I reproduce here the issue (some not important or confidential data
>> If you need I could send you ssh details to look into the boxes.
> I may. Though, I'm afraid...
> you need to sign a LINBIT support contract first ;-)
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