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Thursday, May 15 • 5:00pm - 5:40pm
DRBD for local and remote replication

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DRBD is a block replication technology that became part of the Linux
kernel with its 2.6.33 release. In the upcoming DRBD release (version 9),
DRBD will support real-time mirroring (synchronous and asynchronous)
to multiple nodes simultaneously.

We propose a cinder driver that uses DRBD to replicate local node
storage, where the local node's storage is managed by LVM.

In particular we are looking for a discussion on

* Can this be achieved in a generic way, so that LVM is not set in

* Might this approach be generalized for remote replication
(disaster recovery)

We will have a few slides about DRBD 9, drbdmanage and a short demo of the
proof of concept code. (~15 Minutes)

(Session proposed by Philipp Reisner)

Thursday May 15, 2014 5:00pm - 5:40pm EDT

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