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Drbd is a block device which is designed to build high-availability clusters. This is done by mirroring a whole block device via a (dedicated) network. You could see it as a network raid 1.


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  •  23 Oct 2010 05:46

Release Notes: New configurable resync speed controls, support for BIO sizes of up to 128 KB, a new on-no-data-accessible configuration keyword, OCF RA compatibility with Pacemaker 1.1, and various bugfixes.

  •  07 Jun 2010 21:48

Release Notes: Various bugfixes and improvements, a new "check-offline" command to detect offline resize and relocate meta-data accordingly, a new "initial-split-brain" handler for better notification, a new "--assume-clean" resize option that skips synchronization of new space after resize, and improvements in resync for WAN/proxy connections.

  •  16 Jan 2010 16:13

Release Notes: RPM packaging was added. Autoconf fixes and various bugfixes were done. New features include online resizing of disconnected devices, ordered resyncing of multiple stacked resources, and new configuration layout.

  •  01 Feb 2005 20:38

Release Notes: A memory corruption fix, SLES9 support, and more.

  •  16 May 2004 20:49

Release Notes: With the non-blocking I/O hints, a bug was introduced that could lead to partially sent I/O hints, resulting in loss of connection. This issue is fixed now. There is a fix to the range check of the nice value in drbdsetup, and there are updates to the build system (Makefile and Makefile.SuSE-9.0).


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