DRBD block device replication solution for HA cluster mainly

DRBD block device replication solution for HA cluster mainly

This is the slide for openSUSE.Asia Summit 2018. This slide describe DRBD and management components. also this slide describe how to switch primary machine.

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August 17, 2018
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    DRBD block device replication solution for HA cluster mainly -

    one of the choices for SDS - hashimoto syuta syuta.hashimoto@gmail.com
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    2 Table of Contents • High Availability • DRBD •

    DRBD kernel module • DRBD managing software • Switching • DRBD SDS
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    4 Syuta Hashimoto • openSUSE-ja member • openSUSE.Asia Summit 2017

    Local Committee Hello!! > Twitter @syuta_openSUSE FB: syutah
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    6 Running We need service. We do not need down

    service. But Sometimes, service is down.
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    7 Sometimes, It happen Memory is broken... CPU is heat

    up... Power Unit is broken... Disk is broken... Ethernet Card is broken... Cable is disconnect...
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    8 The rate of operation DOWN TIME 99% 3d 15h

    36m 99.99% 52m 34s 99.999% 5m 16s / year
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    11 Shared Storage is One Idea Data is always same.

    But • Storage is Single Point Of Failure • Storage is maybe expensive • You need high spec connection
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    14 What is DRBD? • Distributed Replicated Block Device •

    Developed mainly by LINBIT • GNU Public License 2 • Use Linux kernel • Now version is 9 (DRBD9)
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    19 Primary side detail SERVICE FILE SYSTEVM BUFFER CACHE DRBD

    DISK SCHED DISK DRIVER RAW DEVICE TCP/IP NIC DRIVER
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    20 Secondary side detail SERVICE FILE SYSTEVM BUFFER CACHE DRBD

    DISK SCHED DISK DRIVER RAW DEVICE TCP/IP NIC DRIVER
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    22 DRBD with openSUSE openSUSE Leap15 YaST (yast2-drbd) △ Broken...

    drbdmanage △ Broken... LINSTOR × Not Yet
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    23 LINSTOR DRBD kernel module LINSTOR satelite LINSTOR Controller LINSTOR

    Client LINSTOR Controller DRBD kernel module LINSTOR satelite LINSTOR Client Kernel Service Client Machine1 Machine2
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    26 Switching Case1 SERVICE Disk Manager DRBD SERVICE Disk Manager

    DRBD Primary Secondary Corosynrc/ Pacemaker Corosynrc/ Pacemaker
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    27 Do Switching SERVICE Disk Manager DRBD SERVICE Disk Manager

    DRBD Primary Secondary Corosynrc/ Pacemaker Corosynrc/ Pacemaker
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    29 DRBD SDS • OpenStack • OpenNebula • Docker •

    VMware • Kubernetes • LINBIT joins the Open Source OpenSDS Project
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