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DRBD on OS4K V8 error

DRBD on OS4K V8 error

DRBD on OS4K V8 error

I have a problem with DRBD sync.Status on Portal is red for all apps.
I see on CCA:
STANDALONE primary/unknown uptodate/Dunknown
and on CCB:
STANDALONE secondary/unknown uptodate/Dunknown

I alredy tried to restart service drbd and disconnect and connect with drbdadm , but no effect.
If I restart servers the situation of drbd status change, so
both are still as STANDALONE and CCB become primary and CCA
secondary. Ping between nodes in corosync is OK, so cables are OK.
It doesnt really look as "splitted brain" situation.I also noticed that
connection to NTP server doesnt work and I use same IP for NTP
as another OS4K system in the network which works fine.
Any idea from you guys?

Regards Robert

RE: DRBD on OS4K V8 error

I think all you can do is carry on trying from secondary side, disconnect, detach, attach, connect etc. I have seen this error before, it's not common but is fixable from command line.

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