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NAME

       drbdadm - Administration tool for DRBD

SYNOPSIS

       drbdadm [-d] [-c {file}] [-t {file}] [-s {cmd}] [-m {cmd}] [-S] [-h {host}]
               [-- {backend-options}] {command} [all | resource...]

DESCRIPTION

       Drbdadm is the high level tool of the DRBD program suite.  Drbdadm is to drbdsetup and
       drbdmeta what ifup/ifdown is to ifconfig.  Drbdadm reads its configuration file and
       performs the specified commands by calling the drbdsetup and/or the drbdmeta program.

OPTIONS

       -d, --dry-run
           Just prints the calls of drbdsetup to stdout, but does not run the commands.

       -c, --config-file file
           Specifies the configuration file drbdadm will use. If this parameter is not specified,
           drbdadm will look for /etc/drbd-83.conf, /etc/drbd-08.conf and /etc/drbd.conf.

       -t, --config-to-test file
           Specifies an additional configuration file drbdadm to check. This option is only
           allowed with the dump and the sh-nop commands.

       -s, --drbdsetup file
           Specifies the full path to the drbdsetup program. If this option is omitted, drbdadm
           will look for /sbin/drbdsetup and ./drbdsetup.

       -m, --drbdmeta file
           Specifies the full path to the drbdmeta program. If this option is omitted, drbdadm
           will look for /sbin/drbdmeta and ./drbdmeta.

       -S, --stacked
           Specifies that this command should be performed on a stacked resource.

       -P, --peer
           Specifies to which peer node to connect. Only necessary if there are more than two
           host sections in the resource you are working on.

       -- backend-options
           All options following the doubly hyphen are considered backend-options. These are
           passed through to the backend command. I.e. to drbdsetup, drbdmeta or drbd-proxy-ctl.

COMMANDS

       attach
           Attaches a local backing block device to the DRBD resource's device.

       detach

           Removes the backing storage device from a DRBD resource's device.

       connect

           Sets up the network configuration of the resource's device. If the peer device is
           already configured, the two DRBD devices will connect. If there are more than two host
           sections in the resource you need to use the --peer option to select the peer you want
           to connect to.

       disconnect

           Removes the network configuration from the resource. The device will then go into
           StandAlone state.

       syncer

           Loads the resynchronization parameters into the device.

       up

           Is a shortcut for attach and connect.

       down

           Is a shortcut for disconnect and detach.

       primary

           Promote the resource's device into primary role. You need to do this before any access
           to the device, such as creating or mounting a file system.

       secondary

           Brings the device back into secondary role. This is needed since in a connected DRBD
           device pair, only one of the two peers may have primary role (except if
           allow-two-primaries is explicitly set in the configuration file).

       invalidate

           Forces DRBD to consider the data on the local backing storage device as out-of-sync.
           Therefore DRBD will copy each and every block from its peer, to bring the local
           storage device back in sync. To avoid races, you need an established replication link,
           or be disconnected Secondary.

       invalidate-remote

           This command is similar to the invalidate command, however, the peer's backing storage
           is invalidated and hence rewritten with the data of the local node. To avoid races,
           you need an established replication link, or be disconnected Primary.

       resize

           Causes DRBD to re-examine all sizing constraints, and resize the resource's device
           accordingly. For example, if you increased the size of your backing storage devices
           (on both nodes, of course), then DRBD will adopt the new size after you called this
           command on one of your nodes. Since new storage space must be synchronised this
           command only works if there is at least one primary node present.

           The --assume-peer-has-space allows you to resize a device which is currently not
           connected to the peer. Use with care, since if you do not resize the peer's disk as
           well, further connect attempts of the two will fail.

           The --assume-clean allows you to resize an existing device and avoid syncing the new
           space. This is useful when adding addtional blank storage to your device. Example:

               # drbdadm -- --assume-clean resize r0

       check-resize

           Calls drbdmeta to eventually move internal meta data. If the backing device was
           resized, while DRBD was not running, meta data has to be moved to the end of the
           device, so that the next attach command can succeed.

       create-md

           Initializes the meta data storage. This needs to be done before a DRBD resource can be
           taken online for the first time. In case of issues with that command have a look at
           drbdmeta(8)

       get-gi

           Shows a short textual representation of the data generation identifiers.

       show-gi

           Prints a textual representation of the data generation identifiers including
           explanatory information.

       dump-md

           Dumps the whole contents of the meta data storage, including the stored bit-map and
           activity-log, in a textual representation.

       outdate

           Sets the outdated flag in the meta data.

       adjust

           Synchronizes the configuration of the device with your configuration file. You should
           always examine the output of the dry-run mode before actually executing this command.

       wait-connect

           Waits until the device is connected to its peer device.

       role

           Shows the current roles of the devices (local/peer). E.g. Primary/Secondary

       state

           Deprecated alias for "role", see above.

       cstate

           Shows the current connection state of the devices.

       status

           Shows the current status of all devices defined in the current config file, in
           XML-like format. Example output:

               <drbd-status version="8.3.2" api="88">
               <resources config_file="/etc/drbd.conf">
               <resource minor="0" name="s0" cs="SyncTarget" st1="Secondary" st2="Secondary"
                         ds1="Inconsistent" ds2="UpToDate" resynced_precent="5.9" />
               <resource minor="1" name="s1" cs="WFConnection" st1="Secondary"
                         st2="Unknown" ds1="Inconsistent" ds2="Outdated" />
               <resource minor="3" name="dummy" cs="Unconfigured" />
               <!-- resource minor="4" name="scratch" not available or not yet created -->
               </resources>
               </drbd-status>

       dump

           Just parse the configuration file and dump it to stdout. May be used to check the
           configuration file for syntactic correctness.

       outdate

           Used to mark the node's data as outdated. Usually used by the peer's fence-peer
           handler.

       verify

           Starts online verify. During online verify, data on both nodes is compared for
           equality. See /proc/drbd for online verify progress. If out-of-sync blocks are found,
           they are not resynchronized automatically. To do that, disconnect and connect the
           resource when verification has completed.

           See also the notes on data integrity on the drbd.conf manpage.

       pause-sync

           Temporarily suspend an ongoing resynchronization by setting the local pause flag.
           Resync only progresses if neither the local nor the remote pause flag is set. It might
           be desirable to postpone DRBD's resynchronization until after any resynchronization of
           the backing storage's RAID setup.

       resume-sync

           Unset the local sync pause flag.

       new-current-uuid

           Generates a new currend UUID and rotates all other UUID values.

           This can be used to shorten the initial resync of a cluster. See the drbdsetup manpage
           for a more details.

       dstate

           Show the current state of the backing storage devices. (local/peer)

       hidden-commands
           Shows all commands undocumented on purpose.

VERSION

       This document was revised for version 8.3.2 of the DRBD distribution.

AUTHOR

       Written by Philipp Reisner <philipp.reisner@linbit.com> and Lars Ellenberg
       <lars.ellenberg@linbit.com>

REPORTING BUGS

       Report bugs to <drbd-user@lists.linbit.com>.

COPYRIGHT

       Copyright 2001-2008 LINBIT Information Technologies, Philipp Reisner, Lars Ellenberg. This
       is free software; see the source for copying conditions. There is NO warranty; not even
       for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.

SEE ALSO

       drbd.conf(5), drbd(8), drbddisk(8), drbdsetup(8), drbdmeta(8) and the DRBD project web
       site[1]

NOTES

        1. DRBD project web site
           http://www.drbd.org/