Please use this content only as a guideline. For a detailed installation and configuration guide, please read the DRBD official documentation. Drbd-documentation. RAID 1 over TCP/IP for Linux (user documentation). Drbd is a block device which is designed to build high availability. The DRBD User’s Guide is excellent documentation and reference, you are strongly encouraged to thoroughly read it. Learn how to set it up.

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DRBD bears a superficial similarity to RAID-1 in that it involves a copy of data on two storage devices, such that if one fails, the data on the other can be used. After issuing this command, the initial full synchronization will commence.

Writes to the primary node are transferred to the lower-level block device and simultaneously propagated to the secondary node s. Archived from the original on Cluster deployment with DRBD.

The data marked with bold italic is the one that must be replaced with actual data from your specific setup. Linux Linux kernel features Portal: Next, you have to initialize the DRBD resource meta data. In RAID, the redundancy exists in a layer transparent to the storage-using application.


You can get more information about DRBD in their website at http: DRBD detects split brain at the time connectivity becomes available again and documentatkon peer nodes exchange the initial DRBD protocol handshake. When the application reads, the RAID layer chooses the storage device to read.

Start a web browser and open a session. When a storage device fails, the RAID layer chooses to ddocumentation the other, without the application instance knowing of the failure.

DRBD – Linux-HA

The commands must be issued on both nodes. After issuing this command, the initial full synchronization will commence. It may take some time depending on the size of the device.

The synchronization is drbr within the following two syslog messages:. Do it ONLY in the primary node, will be replicated to the other nodes automatically.

Distributed Replicated Block Device

This need to be done before a DRBD resource can be taken online for the first time, thus only on initial device creation:. Retrieved from ” https: Contents of this wiki are under Create Common Attribution v3 licence. It integrates with virtualization solutions such as Xen docujentation, and may be used both below and on top of the Linux LVM stack.


This article relies too much on references to primary sources. DRBD is part of the Lisog open source stack initiative. Remember to perform this step only on the primary node.

When the failed ex-primary node returns, the system may or may not raise it to primary level again, after device data resynchronization. This approach has a number of disadvantages, which DRBD may help offset:. This defines the default “master” node. We suppose you have all the information about mysql in following directories may differ depending on Linux dtbd.


Conventional computer cluster systems typically use some sort of doccumentation storage for data being used by cluster resources.

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Should the primary node fail, a cluster management process promotes the secondary node to a primary state. General comparison Distributions list Netbook-specific comparison Distributions that run from RAM Lightweight Security-focused operating system Proprietary software for Linux Package manager Package format List of software package drd.