Tim Serong and I explore the capabilities of KVM, iSCSI, DRBD and Pacemaker to create a fully open-source enterprise cloud.
Shot at linux.conf.au 2011 in Brisbane, this is me babbling, and Tim live-cartooning to the delight of the audience.
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Whenever a DRBD setup runs into a situation where the replication
network is disconnected and fencing policy is set to
(default), there is the potential risk of a split-brain. Even with
resource level fencing or STONITH setup, there are corner cases that
will end up in a split-brain.
When …more ...