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Old 05-05-2010, 12:45 PM   #1
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module drbd

I'm new user. This is my first time. Now I'm using fedora 12 arch-i686. I'm trying Active/Passive Server with heartbeat and drbd. I already installed heartbeat. NO ERROR. But when I install drbd, I start to face problem. After installing drbd, I try to load drbd module by doing modprobe drbd. Regarding google answer, I tried to run drbd-km for drbd module with " yum install ". But in vain. I can't install drbd module package with yum. When I browse in google, there is no any availabe package to load drbd module for fedora distribution version 12. So, where I can download drbd-km-*-8.3.6-*.rpm to load drbd module ?
Old 05-09-2010, 11:26 AM   #2
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Dear Admin

Does nobody replies some question ?
To get a solution, how can I do?
I'm really new beginner. So I don't know how to do to get a solution for my problem.

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DRBD sounds like a pretty neat HA solution. If no one responds, you might want to try asking your question on the DRBD Mailing Lists. I don't mean to turn you away from This is a great place to get questions answered and there are some very knowledgeable people that frequent these forums. Occasionally though you'll run into something that not too many people have worked on. This might be one of those cases.



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