The Raspberry PI is a small ARM computer (hardware specifications in wiki, outline and FAQs). Of course, you can build a cluster with it!
Every now and then we get asked “why not simply use a mirrored SAN instead of DRBD”? This post shows some important differences.
We want to take an opportunity to explain LINBIT’s best practices in regards to DRBD and backup procedures.
DRBD 8.4.1 introduces a new feature: read-balancing, which is configured in the disk section of the configuration file(s). This feature enables DRBD to balance read requests between the Primary/Secondary nodes.
Deutsche Wolke (“German Cloud”) was founded to establish Federal Cloud Infrastructure in Germany. This infrastructure will provide additional legal and security protections for hosted data. No longer will small businesses be exposed to the legal risk of losing their website presence without a trial (an unfortunate reality when doing business on transatlantic clouds). The natural […]
Stumbling upon the Holy time-travellin’ DRBD, batman! blog post there’s only one thing to be said … Be strict in what you emit, liberal in what you accept[1. Thanks, Larry] is simply not true when dealing with mission-critical systems. It’s ok to be alerted on upgrading a machine because the “old, working” RegEx that did […]