[ClusterLabs] Stupid DRBD/LVM Global Filter Question

Roger Zhou ZZhou at suse.com
Wed Oct 30 03:56:08 EDT 2019

On 10/30/19 6:17 AM, Eric Robinson wrote:
> If I have an LV as a backing device for a DRBD disk, can someone explain 
> why I need an LVM filter? It seems to me that we would want the LV to be 
> always active under both the primary and secondary DRBD devices, and 
> there should be no need or desire to have the LV activated or 
> deactivated by Pacemaker. What am I missing?

Your understanding is correct. No need to use LVM resource agent from 
Pacemaker in your case.


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