Storage

Highly available iSCSI with DRBD and Pacemaker

If you want to operate a highly available iSCSI SAN, this is the guide that you’re looking for . Step by step, we will show you how to configure and administer High Availability with DRBD and Pacemaker for fail-safe iSCSI targets.

This guide is available in english.

Root on DRBD

In Root on DRBD Philipp Marek, Senior Developer at LINBIT, shows how to use DRBD to implement a block based backup solution for your mobile device. By putting the root file system directly upon DRBD it is possible to draw fast, incremental, space-efficient backups from your disk to a remote location. This guide explains the necessary steps and additional scripts required to fully automate the process.

Combine GFS2 with DRBD

Let’s get started with GFS2 and DRBD. We show you how a compley dual-primary setup get’s done right.

Dual Primary: Think Twice

Planning to run DRBD in Dual-Primary mode? Then you should read this document forwards and backwards. LINBIT highlights common pitfalls and explains where you had better use good care.

Highly available NFS with DRBD and Pacemaker

If you are planning to run a highly available NFS service, then this manual is just right for you. We’re showing you, step by step, how to configure and administer highly available, resilient NFS servers with DRBD and Pacemaker.

DRBD 8.4 Configuration Guide: NFS on RHEL 6

If you are planning to run a highly available NFS service, then this manual is just right for you. We’re showing you, step by step, how to configure and administer highly available, resilient NFS servers with DRBD and Pacemaker.