Thanks a lot for the reply
> Since the cluster will be multi-master/dual-primary, do I need to have a
>> separate block device for each PostgreSQL instance or can it use the DRBD
> I don't understand how you want to have a multimaster PostgreSQL setup with
> DRBD. DRBD can only be used for an inactive standby.
So, DRBD dual primary and Cybercluster multimaster, cannot be combined?
> I believe cybercluster is the most active and complete PostgreSQL
>> clustering solution.
>> My endgoal is a two node cluster with load sharing and fail over where
>> both nodes can perform reads and writes.
> That's not going to happen very easily, if at all.
Why not?Cybercluster is a multimaster clustering solution for PostgreSQL
DRBD supports dual primary
>From the feature list:
> Dual primary support for use with GFS/OCFS2
Perhaps it can be done without DRBD then?
In many cases asynchronous replication is just not enough to model a certain
> business case.
Therefore Cybertec Schönig & Schönig GmbH offers a synchronous multimaster
> replication solution for PostgreSQL called Cybercluster.
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