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Discussion in 'Proxmox VE: Installation and configuration' started by martin, Nov 18, 2016.
So I think, there is no problem include this in main repository of Promox. Thanks.
I think the Lintec Proxmox 5 plugin build of DRBD contains an old DRBD version. It's v8.4.7 instead of v9.0.
Now a Proxmox 5 node breaks configuration and functionalitity in an existing Proxmox4 cluster....
How can we solve this?
Thanks in advance.
Here are my findings.
# cat /proc/drbd
version: 8.4.7 (api:1/proto:86-101)
# cat /etc/apt/sources.list.d/linbit.list
deb http://packages.linbit.com/proxmox/ proxmox-5 drbd-9.0
# apt list --installed | grep drbd
drbd-utils/unknown,now 9.1.1+linbit-1 amd64 [installed,automatic]
drbdmanage-proxmox/unknown,now 2.1-1 all [installed]
python-drbdmanage/unknown,now 0.99.12-1 all [installed,automatic]
you are aware this is a Proxmox Forum and has nothing to do with Linbit.
I run a PVE4 cluster with DRBD tech part of PVE-setup back then. Now I've to keep the nodes running after upgrading to PVE5.
The DRBD Proxmox packages seem to have been updated by Linbit for PVE5 on 15th October. If any forum member has been using those packages, can they please tell us their experiences?
I've tried this but don't got it running.
Ask linbit via twitter for an howto - no answer!
Drbd for pve looks not very well for me. It's an pity - I had good experiences with drbd and in some cases it's makes much more sense than ceph.
Hi moxfan, I used on PVE 5, I'm still testing it and works fine for now, they made many stability improvements with latest versions
There are still some bugs, I noticed some with drbd cluster creation and management, adding and remove nodes for example.
New DRBD Proxmox packages available now (release date: 10 January 2018).
I would like to know if with this new release, is DRBD ready for his use in a production environment? (this question include any change in the configuration options)
New DRBD Proxmox packages available now (release date: 6 March 2018).